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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

In April, drawchange traveled as a team to Addis Ababa, Ethiopia to start art therapy-based programs in two after-school community centers, The Lelt Foundation and Studio Samuel. We enjoyed life-changing moments with the students while creating art, learning to communicate … Continue reading

You can feel a disconnect, a lack of complete understanding when talking to someone who has not experienced the benefits of having creative expression in his or her life. Many others in the world have various interests and some economic … Continue reading

There are half a million homeless people in the US, with 60,000 homeless people in New York City alone? A third of the country lives in poverty. Between 1/3 and 1/2 of those living in poverty have mental illness and … Continue reading

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