Jack and Jill Children’s Foundation Online Art Sale Begins Next Week


The Jack and Jill Children’s Foundation are gearing up for a unique online art sale which goes live next week.

Now in its eighth year, Incognito 2024 features the work of over 1,200 artists including 37 from Co. Tipperary, with more than 3,300 original postcard-size artworks all at the same price.

The art pieces are donated with the artist responsible for the painting only being revealed once the sale concludes giving the buyer a chance to be the owner of a piece by stars such as Jerry Hall, comedian Colin Murphy and singer Brian Kennedy.

The Monies raised will go to fund in-home nursing care hours, respite support and end-of-life care provided by the Jack and Jill Children’s Foundation to 14 Tipperary children from birth to six years of age.

Buyers can now view  the collection now at www.incognito.ie before the sale goes live on Wednesday, April 24.

Jack and Jill’s mission is to empower the families it supports to care for their child at home.  The charity operates seven days a week, with no means test, no red tape and no waiting list.

The charity must raise over €7.5 million per annum to provide it’s services and currently supports over 400 families with up to 80 hours of home nursing care per month.