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Join us for a family friendly evening of music, brews, and fun with Caspar Babypants at Optimism Brewery. Enjoy small bites, brews, music and great company. Mingle with other friends of Art with Heart, participate in our raffle and hear updates on how we plan to advance our mission and reach more kids in the[…read more…]

glassybaby + Art with Heart

November 11th, 2017.

Join us for an in-store shopping day at the glassybaby hot shop in Madrona! From 4pm-6pm stop by, say hello, and pick up some beautiful decor for your holiday gatherings while 10% of proceeds come back to Art with Heart! After hours from 6pm-7pm we will be hosting a reception for those who wish to learn more about[…read more…]

SVP Fast Pitch Final Showdown

October 24th, 2017.

Join us on Oct. 24 for an evening of incredible innovative ideas from change makers we admire at the SVP Fast Pitch Seattle Final Showdown. Art with Heart is one of three established non-profits who’s creative solutions to big social problems are inspiring change. Hear how we are going to spread the healing power of creative expression to 3.5[…read more…]

The Healing Power of Poetry

June 17th, 2017.

“When I looked at your website I immediately was like ‘this is the place that I want to go to’…” Sydney is an extraordinary teenager whose passion for art and knowledge of its ability to act as a healing modality is inspiring. Her own healing journey through art is a testimony of the medium’s capacity to[…read more…]

The Northwest Conference on Childhood Grief is focused on supporting grief professionals in a holistic conference experience where grief support providers can come together and discuss the concept of traumatic loss and the types of therapies that have worked for them and their practices. WHEN: Friday, February 24th, 2017 WHERE: Pacific Tower 1200 12th Avenue South Seattle, WA[…read more…]

Fond Farewells and New Beginnings

December 29th, 2016.

It’s hard to believe, but this is my last week at Art with Heart before I transition into my next chapter. It’s been an incredible two decades, and I’ve treasured the opportunity to partner with you to help so many young hearts. If you’re a new friend to Art with Heart, welcome! What a great[…read more…]

Stones for Peace at Navos

December 12th, 2016.

When Sally, one of Art with Heart’s program coordinators, tells people she’s running a program at Navos Behavioral Health, she says that she watches their eyes go big, or their eyebrows fly up in surprise. She says that they comment about how difficult that must be. It’s easy to understand why people might respond this[…read more…]

The Pages We Love

November 28th, 2016.

All of my colleagues at Art with Heart are wonderfully creative people with big hearts for children. Each of us came to the organization with the desire to empower kids, and we’ve benefitted right alongside the young lives we’ve worked hard to improve. One of the ways our days are warmed through our work is by[…read more…]

If you know one thing about nonprofits, it’s that our priorities shift according to the needs of the people we’re serving, and sometimes that means putting a big project on hold and coming back to it later. We’re very excited to be picking up the Magnificent Marvelous Me! Leader’s Companion right where we left off.[…read more…]

Losing Lantu, Building Community

November 14th, 2016.

Imagine losing a friend as close as family. Not just any friend, but one who seemed capable of anything. A friend whose determination and spirit meant that nothing could hold her back. That’s the kind of friend—the kind of person—Lantu was. In Ethiopia, children with special needs can lose out: on parents, education, and community.[…read more…]