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The Colored Pencil Project

The Colored Pencil Project P.O. Box 171269 Boston, MA 02117 Contact: Director (and founder) Hannah RichardsĀ info@thecoloredpencilproject.org The Colored Pencil Project was created to increase the access of art supplies to children in developing countries by distribuiting art supplies, specifically colored pencils and paper, and providing art currriculum to children in various orphanages, schools and rural villages. Art is extremely important developmentally for children. The Colored Pencil Project believes that art is the perfect way for chlldren to communicate their experiences, fears, and most importantly, their dreams. By bringing the dreams belonging to these children back to the United States, in […]


Do you believe in living colorfully?

The Colored Pencil Project Children and their world in color, a global project How do you express yourself? Do you tweet, post, or blog? Maybe you love to sing, write, or draw? At The Colored Pencil Project, we believe in coloring. For children in developing countries, self expression is a priceless tool that few have access to in even the simplest forms. The Colored Pencil Project believes that self expression is an integral part of childhood development, and that every child deserves the opportunity to find their voice. We believe that art is the foundation of self expression, and our […]