Award-winning Rhea Kara’s artwork now on sale
January 15th, 2017: Rhea Kara won the Pride of Britain young fundraiser award last year. She is only 10 years old but she has taken on the mission to raise funds to help find a cure for Rett syndrome. Rett syndrome is a debilitating neurological disorder affecting only girls, characterized by loss of motor control and the ability to communicate. Rhea was inspired in taking on this challenge by befriending Hanna, who is affected by this disease. Since 2014 Rhea has raised over 13,000 pounds. In 2015, Rhea received the Point of Light award given to individuals who make a significant positive impact in their community, for her tireless work in raising funds for this cause
Last year, at the Pride of Britain ceremonies, Rhea brought some of her paintings with her which were auctioned off. Louis Tomlinson was one of the people that made bids on her paintings, taking home one of them for 15,000 pounds.
ReverseRett twitter announced today that Rhea’s paintings and handmade gifts are available for sale. Reverse Rett is a foundation that works to speed treatments and to find a cure for Rett Syndrome. Visit Rhea’s website to purchase her art work and support the charity.