Our work is mainly divided by self-sustaining programs outside of the United States and weekly programs within the nation that require ongoing training due to the transiency of homelessness. In the U.S. our focus is homeless and refugee children between the ages of 5-10. Outside of the U.S. our focus is poverty-stricken children. These programs extend across 15 years and we are helping change entire communities' sense of desperation to one of hope. We also have a product called the drawchange Blueprint which is a comprehensive online tool that allows anyone around the world to implement our program. It comes equipped with all the training and curriculum you may need. Learn all about us and ask any questions you may have!
10. Home Is Where
Time commitment: 25 minutes (ages 5-7) 40 mins (ages 8 and up)
The goal is to: Learn the distinction between a house, a physical building, and a home. What makes a house a home is love and support. A house is a building.
Supplies: paper & coloring materials. Optional: glue sticks, scissors, and this playlist!
Talk through & project: “What is the difference between a house and a home?” Share that wherever they find themselves, they are always home when surrounded by love and support. Have them draw and color their perfect house and its surroundings. Then cut out three “Home is Where _________” strips, fill them out and glue them down! (they can write this if they do not have access to supplies).
This is an example calendar of our programs throughout the world. If you are interested in volunteering, please fill out our volunteer application here. If you are already cleared to volunteer, our Volunteer Portal is where you want to be! *Some changes have occured due to COVID-19.
*Exact program dates subject to change from what is on this calendar.