Chelsea gathered up all the supplies her guest brought; colored pencils, markers, crayons, and paper.
She put them together and made 40 different art kits, and she took them to a homeless shelter in New York, so she could personally pass them around to children living there.
Chelsea was so moved by how happy she made children in need, and from there, Chelsea’s Charity was born.
Chelsea’s Charity; Chelsea smiles in the photo above
On her website, it says, “Chelsea started out wanting to provide her homemade art kits to children that may not have access to art supplies or children that have gone through a traumatic experience.”
“She wants to help support the social-emotional development of as many children as possible because “art is start!” Chelsea assembles art kits for children with various supplies donated to her throughout the year and includes a personal note from Chelsea in each kit.”
That’s not all Chelsea does…
Chelsea also enjoys teaching art lessons to other children.
So far, Chelsea has been able to donate thousands of art kits to children throughout America living in homeless shelters or foster care.
She wants to be able to donate more kits so she can continue to help support the social-emotional development and mental health of other children.
You can check out Chelsea’s website here, where you can donate to her wonderful cause!
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