Cheyenne City Councilman Richard Johnson is trying to collect 1890 paint brushes and rollers for the Cheyenne Habitat for Humanity.

Johnson says he chose the number 1890 because that is the year the artist Vincent Van Gogh committed suicide. Habitat for Humanity is a worldwide organization that helps people build their own homes and pay an affordable mortgage.

Donations can be made at the following Charitree locations:

Home Spun Creations 307 W. Lincolnway
Charitree 612 McGovern ave
Coffee Depot 500 W. 15th St.
Pina Business Services 609 W. 18th St.
Paramount Cafe 1607 Capitol Ave.
Wyoming Equality 1603 Capitol Ave. #405
Artizen Photo Printing 1819 Carey
TRIBE TATTOO 1901 Central Ave. Suite A
Old West Museum Store 4610 Carey Ave.
Painted Moth Tattoo 2820 Warren Ave.
Crimson Sky Tattoo 619 W. 20th St.
Blossom Yoga 315 W. 18th. St.
Anthony Ortiz State Farm 1822 Warren Ave.
Century 21 Bell Real Estate 2103 Warren Ave.
Sherman’s Beauty Supply 522 E 17th
Homebrew Store 213 W. 18th
Prairie Rose 313 W Lincolnway
The Loft collectibles Comics & Games 110 E. Lincolnway