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The concept of ‘home’ differs from person to person. Maybe it is a place, or it could be someone you care for, a smell, a taste, even a memory… Whether our concept of home is ever-changing or if it is … Continue reading

It is no secret in our American culture that teenagers are notorious for being challenging. Teen’s worlds are shifting from childhood to young adulthood while their molding characteristics are becoming more permanent. Studies have shown that these overwhelming changes and … Continue reading

This past Saturday the drawchange children participated in the Children’s Gallery Art Show at Hodgepodge Coffeehouse and Gallery. They were so excited to be a part of this show and some of them even sold their artwork! What a great … Continue reading

Each time we visit the children at the shelters, our goal is to empower them to become aware of more possibilities in their lives. Our curriculum is designed around different aspects of empowerment. This feather project was created to focus on … Continue reading

Last week, during one of our drawchange sessions, we were able to go Live on Facebook for the first time ever! During this specific session, the children were working on building habitats. They were given all sorts of interesting materials … Continue reading

  Each year before our 5k run/walk, we have time at the homeless shelters dedicated to creating the 5k medals and plaques that our participants can win. Creating these special awards gives the children the opportunity to not only to receive … Continue reading

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