Five good reasons to donate


1. Be part of an Amy Winehouse celebration

Celebrate Amy Winehouse’s life and legacy in the area she called home. From working at the market selling clothes to performing at the Jazz Café and Roundhouse, Amy lived and loved Camden throughout her adult life. Donate to be a part of this celebration of one of the most iconic singers of our time in the streets in which she lived.

2. Get involved in the Camden street art scene

For years street art has adorned the walls of Camden. You can be part of the creative spirit of the area by supporting the creation of new works by some of London’s best street artists, including Mr Cenz, Captain Kris, Amara Por Dios and Philth. Your donation will also fund the Jewish Museum London’s first ever street art installation, with Pegasus creating a new work especially for our Welcome Gallery.

3. Give back to the community Amy called home

By donating to the street art trail, you will be part of the creation of a cultural project for all to enjoy for free in Camden, giving residents and visitors alike a new way to explore this eclectic area.

4. Get your hands on exclusive Pegasus-designed rewards!

We’ve worked with world-renowned street artist and Amy Winehouse fan Pegasus to create a unique range of rewards, exclusively for donors to the campaign. Travel about town in style with your Amy Winehouse oyster card holder or tote bag, or decorate your own personal space with a framed poster or limited edition canvas. You could also enjoy a street art tour of Camden or even attend the Amy Winehouse exhibition’s private view alongside artists, curators and more.

5. Mark the return of intimate and moving Amy Winehouse: A Family Portrait exhibition

In 2013 Amy Winehouse: A Family Portrait won the hearts of Amy fans from around the globe when it opened at the Jewish Museum London. The heartfelt exhibition, curated in collaboration with Amy’s brother Alex, has since travelled internationally, delighting audiences in San Francisco, Amsterdam and beyond. Celebrate its return home in Spring 2017 by donating today to bring this street art project to Amy’s Camden.

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