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As I lay still contemplating on the highest highs of our recent trip to Fatima School in Costa Rica, the ‘meeting with the mothers’ keeps on popping up. It was a highly emotional, hour-long meeting for all involved. I stood before … Continue reading

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I watched a moving documentary this past weekend as a part of Gather Atlanta, a networking conference for arts organizations in atlanta spanning three days. I watched Waste Land with a friend and long-time drawchange volunteer on Friday. This film … Continue reading

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Thank you, @PamelaGrowfor this tweet today:  The best way to find yourself is to lose yourself in the service of others. Gandhi I truly believe this. I have learned so much in the four years I’ve been running drawchange. I not only … Continue reading

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Today we are grateful for a shipment of art supplies! Throughout the year we collect art supplies for our local projects but right now we are specifically collecting for our trip to Fatima School in Costa Rica next month. As … Continue reading

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Mainor has a disease called Congenital bilateral hearing loss. He is 10 years old, in second grade, lives with his single and unemployed mother and 3 siblings, and has already lost 50% of his hearing. Doctor’s predict he will lose … Continue reading

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