Harbor Homes hosts its annual Give Me Shelter Art Show next Tuesday and Wednesday at the Grange Hall in West Tisbury.

The fundraiser features more than two dozen local artists who have donated a percentage of sales of their work to help the homeless advocacy organization.

Harbor Homes began nearly a decade ago with the operation of a winter homeless shelter, and in recent years purchased two homes, each able to accommodate six residents at risk of homelessness.

This marks the second year for the Give Me Shelter fundraiser, which debuted last summer, said Jennifer Frank, chair of the Harbor Homes board.

“We’re in the middle of a strategic plan right now to figure out what we want to do over the next three to five years,” Ms. Frank said. “Every year we’re creating a temporary winter shelter and we would really like to consider having a permanent year-round shelter on the Island…. Another goal is to have an endowment. As a group, we’re figuring out how to prioritize and how to go about achieving those goals.”

Board member Marjorie Mason co-curated this year’s show with Tanya Augoustinos of the A Gallery. Ms. Frank told the Gazette that each of the two curators bring their unique perspective to the show.

“Tanya has contacts with more contemporary artists and Marjorie has a lot of contacts [with] — and she herself is — a more traditional artist. What I love about the show is that it becomes a really interesting combination of art on the Island,” Ms. Frank said.

Funds raised will help subsidize the organization’s operating costs, Ms. Frank specified, including case management support and educational programs.

Artists in the show include Abbey Kuhe, Alejandro Carreno, Anne Besse-Smith, Billy Hoff, Carol Brown Goldberg, Colin Ruel, Darcie Lee Hanaway, Donna Blackburn, Issa Van Dyk, Jennifer Joanou, Judy Howells, Kara Taylor, Leslie Baker, Libby Ellis, Liz Taft, Marjorie Mason, Meg Mercer, Rez Williams, Ruth Kirchmeier, Valentine Estabrook, Wendy Weldon and Whitney Cleary.

“I hope everybody will come out and support local artists and the homeless next week,” Ms. Frank said.

There will be an opening reception at the Grange Hall on Tuesday, August 2 from 5 to 7 p.m. In addition, the show will be open August 2 from 12 to 7 p.m. and August 3 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.

For more information visit harborhomesmv.com.