10 Euros from the sale of each print will go into the charity project: Voormann & Friends >>Safe Water is a Human Right<< in aid of Lakota families of Pine Ridge Reservation. VOORMANN ART FOR CHARITY The non-profit organization Lakota Village Fund was founded by Christina and Klaus Voormann in 1999. Sir Paul McCartney helped to launch the project in December 1999 when Lakota Village Fund was presented in “Wetten dass” the most popular German Saturday evening prime-time show. During the live show Paul McCartney autographed the oil painting “Pauli” with a special dedication “ FOR LAKOTA”. Klaus Voormann had painted “Pauli” and donated it to the project for the Lakota. The painting depicts the very young Paul back in the Good Old Hamburg Days when Klaus and Paul got to know each other. This motif was also used for a high quality art print (40 x 50 cm/16’’ x 18’’) which was produced in a limited edition in 1999. The remaining prints from the original edition will be available as a 10th anniversary special offer this Christmas. t print was printed in 1999 in offset technique on high quality paper (250g). There is a gold-coloured logo on the blue coloured motif. 10 Euros from the sale price of each print go into the project Voormann & Friends “Safe Water is a Human Right” which is for the benefit of the Lakota private well owners of the Pine Ridge Reservation. Most parts of their water resources are contaminated by radiaton and heavy metals.