Value created, by the people, for a future free of lead poisoning.
This is an ongoing collective art project made by people across America. Their hand-drawn interpretations of $100 bills are original works of art that together call attention to the danger of childhood lead poisoning and remind us that every child’s future has value.
March 23 , 2016
We are grieving the loss of Corrina Mehiel, who was an integral part of the Fundred Team. As we reflect on her contributions to the Fundred Project, which were many, we resolve to move forward in the spirit she practiced: inclusiveness, determination, hard work and love.
Fundred Reserve at Corcoran in DC
February 23 - March 12, 2017
Wed - Sun 1 - 6 p.m. or by appointment
Fundred Reserve: OFFICIAL RECEPTION
Thursday, March 9, 6:30 - 8:30 p.m. RSVP
The Fundred Reserve at the historic Corcoran Museum rotunda, atrium, and galleries will display the 453,168 (and counting) Fundreds from across the country, along with the magnificent Fundred Presentation Pallet and SAFEHOUSE Door. Fundreds are individually hand-drawn interpretations of $100 bills gathered for a single purpose — to support an effort to end childhood lead poisoning. Visitors are encouraged to draw and donate their own Fundreds which will be prominently displayed in the exhibition.
The Fundred Reserve will mark the launch of participatory engagement throughout the District of Columbia. In collaboration with DCPS Arts, students from more than 46 schools are creating original Fundreds. The Fundred Armored Truck that has traveled 20,000 miles picking up the Fundreds from around the country will be redeployed for this launch, visiting the schools and accumulating the new DC Fundreds.