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Posts Tagged ‘Grieving Children’

Sponsor Color of Hope 2015

June 30th, 2015.

Art with Heart is honored to have the following companies sponsor the 9th Annual Color of Hope Benefit Luncheon on Wednesday, October 28: JP Morgan Chase – Gold Heart Classic Accessories – Silver Heart K&H Integrated Print Solutions – Silver Heart Nintendo – Silver Heart Thank you for helping Art with Heart support children and[…read more…]

The 19th annual National Alliance for Grieving Children (NAGC) Symposium hosted last weekend in Portland gave Art with Heart an intimate look at the far-reaching effects of our community of healing. Art with Heart staff learned the amazing stories from all of you who visited our booth. Thank you to ALL our dedicated partners who[…read more…]

Art with Heart’s Holiday Open House! December 2, 2014 5:00 – 7:00 PM 316 Broadway, Suite 316 Seattle, WA 98122 Join us for an intimate evening of wine and conversations to kick off the holiday season. You’ll get a chance to meet and welcome Art with Heart’s new Managing Director, Cynthia Dasté, and celebrate Founder[…read more…]

Thanks to the Safe Crossings Foundation, Art with Heart has been funded to develop a training to educate program facilitators and mental health professionals on best practices in using Draw it Out with grieving children. The training, to be developed by late 2014, will be led by Lulu Verneuil, a clinical social worker with over[…read more…]