About Us

Art is a vehicle to reach out to students. Engaging them with art enriches their study with all other curriculum subjects. Our strategy is aimed to spark the energy of world peace by igniting the passion of learning in the world’s children.In using the research based principles of integrating the arts in the general curriculum, we hope to increase self-esteem and thinking skills in children to help them become better world citizens. Wherever there is a need, drawchange wants to be there providing art supplies.

Our Vision

Our vision is to provide the tools necessary so each child has the ability to fully express themselves.

Our Mission

Established in 2009, drawchange is a 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to aid global change by supplying the world’s children with empowering art experiences. Together we can provide empowering programs that allow them to effectively visualize a better life for themselves.

Our Impact

It all began with three passions: art, children and helping others. Download our Impact Reports to learn how we started, what we have achieved so far, and where your generous contributions go! Files are PDF formats.

2013 Impact Report


Download Our 2009-12012 Impact Report in PDF

The Facts

Founded in early 2009 by Jennie Lobato, fine artist by trade and lover of children. Jennie possesses a deep understanding of what a difference customessaywriter.co.uk/order-essay the arts can have on children by being able to first and foremost envision all they are capable of being.

Active volunteer list of 40+

Serve children of Atlanta, GA as well as international projects in Cartago, Costa Rica and Ethiopia

We create empowering art programs and curriculum tailored to specific children’s needs

Drawchange meets the children in their environment; after school programs, orphanages, homeless shelters, etc.

How We Do What We Do
How We Do What We Do

Our Story

Jennie LobatoIt all began with three passions: art, children, and helping others. The arts meant so much to Jennie, our founder and CEO, growing up. Click here to read her story about what prompted her to start such a worthy organization in 2009!