London, Oct 1 (ANI): British Prime Minister David Cameron's sketch of an outline of a sheep above the words, 'Thinking of Ewe', has reportedly helped in raising funds for charity.
Fifty copies were printed of the hand-drawn picture, which were send by the UK PM to charities for fundraising.
A source said that Cameron drew the picture while looking at a sheep out of his window at Chequers, the PM's country residence near Wendover, Buckinghamshire.
'We get dozens of requests for doodles by the Prime Minister to auction for charity. He did this one at Chequers soon after the Election and we printed a limited number of them for him to sign,' the Daily Mail quoted the source as saying.
Cameron, 44, has always appreciated modern art especially those of British artists like Tracey Emin and Ben Eine.
One of the Downing Street resident's printed picture copies went under the hammer for 300 pounds at an auction organised by Kids For Kids, which raises money for children in poverty-stricken Darfur in Sudan, East Africa. (ANI)