Posts Tagged ‘Volunteer’

Children at Van Asselt gravitated toward him and readily shared experiences and emotions. When we met David Henning last winter, we knew he was something special. His easy rapport with children and enthusiasm always left us smiling, and we weren’t alone. Children at Van Asselt gravitated toward him and readily shared experiences and emotions. Last[…read more…]

We are happy to announce new volunteer positions working with children and in the Art with Heart office for the upcoming school year! Our volunteers are crucial to our organization and we absolutely LOVE them. We cannot begin to express the gratitude we have for those who donate their time to help us reach more kids.[…read more…]

Sparkles & Smiles

July 7th, 2014.

Art with Heart led a creative expression workshop using Draw It Out with the kiddos of Camp Sparkle at Gilda’s Club Seattle. Each child attending Camp Sparkle’s important grief camp has been impacted by cancer. Art with Heart was honored to volunteer their time to such a fun group of kids! Here are some highlights from the week…

Art with Heart is one of the beneficiaries of this year’s Volunteer Impact Program (VIP) 360 service grant. VIP 360 is a joint program of United Way of King County and 501 Commons meant to give organizations the training, guidance, and planning they need to more effectively utilize volunteers. 501 Commons has paired Art with Heart[…read more…]

My name is Hilary Nyberg, and I’m excited to join Art with Heart as the new Office Intern! I recently graduated from the University of Washington with a BA in both Dance and Communication. Beyond my time at UW, my passions and experiences range from working with kids of all ages, to being an active[…read more…]

Art Sample Workshop a Success!

January 29th, 2014.

Creating a new curriculum is tough work, especially when it includes testing and designing 30 activities, each with three creative extension ideas! We’re talking about the new Draw It Out curriculum, complete with almost 100 engaging and exciting art projects carefully created to help kids heal from grief. With a deadline on the horizon, and[…read more…]