Norman Reedus to donate art profits to COVID-19 research

The Walking Dead star Norman Reedus will donate all profits from his Big Bald Gallery art website to the COVID-19 Solidarity Response Fund

Over the course of ten seasons on The Walking Dead, Norman Reedus’ character Daryl Dixon observed social distancing on several occasions and now that the world is in a state of lockdown due to the spread of coronavirus, the crossbow-wielding survivor seems like one smart cookie.

Sadly, COVID-19 is a real threat to several groups of people and many others are out of work or struggling to make ends meet physically, mentally, and financially due to the spread of the virus and attempts to contain its spread.

Recently, an announcement was made on the official Twitter account of Norman Reedus with a great gesture to help those affected by COVID-19.

Many fans of The Walking Dead and Norman Reedus are well aware of the actor’s art. He has released books of photography as well as other items and several of those works of art are up for sale on the Big Bald Gallery website.

Among the available pieces are signed metal and standard prints, books, apparel and more. Fans of Reedus should be able to find something among the items that would either be great on display in their home or would be something they would wear on a regular basis.

If nothing on the site catches your eyes, the Daryl Dixon actor included a link to donate directly to COVID-19 Solidarity Response Fund. Here is the mission of that fund:

“Donations support WHO’s work to track and understand the spread of the virus; to ensure patients get the care they need and frontline workers get essential supplies and information; and to accelerate efforts to develop vaccines, tests, and treatments.”

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Now is a great time to get some new Norman Reedus artwork from the Big Bald Gallery since any purchase will see the profits go to a great cause. Otherwise, even a small donation to the COVID-19 Solidarity Response Fund could go a long way to helping control the spread of the virus.

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