High Voltage announces third annual tattoo and piercing fundraiser
You can get inked for charity from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m., Dec. 14, at High Voltage Tattoo and Piercing.
It's the third year the artists at High Voltage have donated their time to help raise money for worthy causes.
This year, the beneficiaries will be Don Carroll's Toys for Kids, Golisano Children’s Hospital and Crossroads House in Batavia.
You can choose from a select number (below) of tattoos for $30 each or receive a piercing for $15. All proceeds, along with all tips and purchases of aftercare products, will go to the three charities.
Last year, High Voltage raised more than $3,000 for the selected charities. Volunteers are sought to help with tasks around the shop during the event.
Pictured are the artists, Jeremy Fridman, Andrew London, Kenny McCarthy and owner Mark Farnara.
That's cool I'll def be there!
Is there a size limit to it?
I will be going to this event,not sure I will get a Tattoo.
Either way I will donate $30 toward this wonderful fundraiser.
Howard, thanks for being so supportive of our charity work and helping us promote it. We really appreciate it! Happy Holidays!
Curtis, we are only tattooing the images at the size that they are drawn on the flash sheets and limiting selected lettering styles to 15 letters, up to 60 size font. Please check us out on Facebook for more details: https://www.facebook.com/pages/High-Voltage-Tattoo-Piercing/113959858653...