MOORHEAD— A Moorhead artist uses her artwork to fundraise for organizations fighting to end homelessness in the Fargo-Moorhead area.

The owner of Riverzen Art curated the "Hometowns for the Holidays" collection which represents 54 nearby towns within a 50-mile radius of the Fargo-Moorhead area. The artwork features a collection of landmarks, GPS coordinates, and more to truly represent the uniqueness of each town.

A portion of the proceeds will be donated to the Gladys Ray Shelter and Churches United to help fight homelessness in the community.

"We are proud of our homes and where we're at and a lot of people don't have that," said owner and artist of the collection, Kim Jore. "They're at the homeless shelters and they need help so that is the reason we should help them."

The artwork ranges from $3 all the way up to $500. She is selling prints, ornaments, mugs, and more from the collection.

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You can browse through the collection and pick a piece out for yourself here.