Leah McSweeney, sister hold online art auction for COVID-19 reliefDecember 5, 2020
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Leah McSweeney and her sister Sarah are giving back.
The “Real Housewives of New York” stars are holding an online art auction to benefit undocumented workers out of work due to COVID-19.
“Undocumented workers are the unacknowledged constant of our city,” the siblings said in an email statement to Page Six.
The auction, called [Un]documented, is being hosted at LoveLuxury.com. It launched on November 24 and will be live until Monday, December 7 at 8 p.m.
Curated by Sarah, 32, and Dana Albarella of Testify Books, donors can bid on works by New York-based artists like ESPO, Todd James, Futura 2000, Sue Kwon and more. As of press time, pieces were running from $200 to $5,000.
“[UN]DOCUMENTED is an art auction fundraiser to support some of New York City’s most vulnerable people: The estimated 200,000 undocumented residents who have lost their jobs due to COVID-19,” the auction’s description reads.
One hundred percent of the proceeds will go to the The New York State Youth Leadership Council‘s COVID-19 Emergency Relief Fund.
[Un]documented is also being sponsored by Anita Durst and her organization ChaShaMa.
Leah, 38, who runs the streetwear brand Married to the Mob, is a board member for the fundraiser.
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