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Mark your calendars for this Saturday, February 3rd! You will get a chance to view some of our children’s amazing artwork at our Children’s Art Show! This is an event that you do not want to miss and to make it just a little … Continue reading

Among the things to be thankful for this Fall, drawchange gives thanks to local illustrator, erin the great. She has pledged a portion of the proceeds from the sales of her newest book, Mr. Mailbox Man Goes to Work, as … Continue reading

Creativity has the ability to help all different kinds of people–no matter age, race, culture, social class, or otherwise. In an article we recently came across, “The Upside of Downtime: Encouraging Creativity in Kids with ADHD,” we learned how important … Continue reading

For many of the world’s most vulnerable and impoverished children, this is how reality truly is. Here at drawchange we don’t accept that. We’re raising our brushes high and taking a stand; we’re fighting to bring vibrancy, beauty, and inspiration … Continue reading

Today we talked about what Independence Day means and how it makes us feel. Traditions like Independence Day are an opportunity to reflect on the true meaning of our citizenship and what we mean to our country. To be an … Continue reading

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

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