Troy Cassar Daley has released a limited edition calendar featuring his original paintings with 100% proceeds going to bushfire appeal.
Troy Cassar Daley has released a limited edition calendar featuring his original paintings with 100% proceeds going to bushfire appeal.

Troy Cassar Daley's 12-month plan to help bushfire victims

OUR country music hero Troy Cassar Daley wanted to do something to help raise funds for the bushfire victims but instead of something musical he turned to his other talent to help them out.

Troy has gathered 12 of his original paintings created on tour this year and has made them into a special limited edition 2020 calendar which you can purchase for $40.

And 100% of the proceeds will be donated to the fire appeal and the "people that need it the most".

Troy said he had seen a lot of the country over the past 12 months, "driving many miles on many roads".

"I also flew over some incredible parts of this land and started doing a series of paintings from what I saw. These pictures represent the colours, moods and extremes we all face on a day-to-day basis living here in Australia," he said.

 

A sneak peek inside Troy Cassar Daley's limited edition fundraiser calendar.
A sneak peek inside Troy Cassar Daley's limited edition fundraiser calendar.

"When the fires over the last three months saw people left homeless and broken I wanted to try and raise awareness and much needed funds to help in some way."

The result is the TCD Wonga Beena 2020 Calendar. He thanked his friends at ARIAT (Just Country) and Heart Futures for partnering with him on this project so they can make sure 100% of the proceeds can be donated.

He said there is a limited number of calendars available and orders will go out on December 16 to arrive in time for Christmas.

You can order your TCD Wonga Beena 2020 Calendar here: http://troycassardaley.com.au/product/tcd-wonga-beena-2020-calendar/



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