Drawchange Inc

Rating: 4.91 stars   55 reviews

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PO Box 55304 % Jennie Lobato Atlanta GA 30308 USA


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


In 2011 we helped more than 1300 children expand their creativity. We have an ongoing program with a local homeless shelter where we help children express themselves through the use of art. We are taking our 3rd of 6th trip to Costa Rica this year. We take an average of 14 volunteer team members each year to hold art intensives with the children of Fatima School in Cartago, Costa Rica. In 2011 we started a program in Ethiopia. We will be returning yearly with empowering art programs at local children centers.

Target demographics:

5-10 year old children

Direct beneficiaries per year:

1300 children +

Geographic areas served:

Atlanta, Georgia, Ethiopia, Costa Rica


Art Beyond Borders-take volunteer groups on international volunteer projects. Local Art Workshops for underprivileged children. Produce an Empowering Literary Arts Magazine, "Let's Create!": http://www.magcloud.com/browse/issue/339359

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Rating: 5 stars  

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When you work with drawchange, there is never any doubt that all the thoughts are in the absolute correct place. Their mission to provide children with art supplies is kept at the core of all the efforts they make. The transparency lets you know exactly what is happening and being accomplished. A newsworthy and word-of-mouth appropriate non-profit group.

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