Read more about the new Summer Art Adventures program held in August, plus the story of young DrawBridge artists invited to participate in the creation of a new mural.
This summer, DrawBridge kids will experience the fun, laughter, and silliness of summer camp online!
Accomplished arts educator and non-profit leader joins Bay Area organization.
Our frontline facilitators and volunteers see first-hand the devastating impact of inequality in the social, education, health care and justice systems on which our country is built. These broken systems have a profound effect on every child we serve.
With a strong commitment to making a positive impact in its SoMa neighborhood, San Francisco Marriott Marquis has partnered with DrawBridge to raise awareness and funds in support of the city’s growing number of homeless children.
Growing up, Blake Jordan was a budding artist who struggled alone to express himself creatively. As an adult, he was instantly attracted to DrawBridge. “Art provides a medium for safely expressing emotion and creates opportunities for connecting with others, which can be challenging for kids.” Creative exploration can help build confidence, and DrawBridge provides the setting for that exploration to nearly 1000 homeless and underserved kids each […]
“When the paints come out there is always magic at our Hamilton art group, especially on the gray, rainy days. Inevitably brushes are tossed aside, and little fingers and hands move the paint around (much more fun). It’s tempting to try to keep the kids painting ‘on the paper’ but at DrawBridge, when it comes […]