Rupert Grint donates painting to charity

Rupert Grint, who plays the beloved Ron in the Harry Potter series, has once again donated a piece of his original artwork to charity. This time, it is going to ‘The Prince’s Trust’, a charity founded by Prince Charles.

The charity provides training, mentoring and financial assistance for the more than a million out of work young adults in the UK.


The painting, which is acyrlic on canvas and can be viewed by clicking on the thumbnail above, will be auctioned off this evening, Wednesday November 7, at what the charity is calling “The Evening of Art”. It can be viewed prior to this evening by appointment only, at The Assembly Rooms in Bath.

See the full agenda of the evening, along with details on the other works to be auctioned, here.

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Kat Miller

I am a 40-something Ravenclaw/Slytherin from Massachusetts. I've been lucky in life and can attribute a lot of that to Harry Potter. Without it, I wouldn't have at least 80% of the things I do today, including my career & closest friends. I truly despise Sirius Black.