This holiday season, the action sports brand Vans® has gone “off the wall!” for DrawBridge kids in homeless shelters, affordable housing facilities and neighborhood community centers across the Bay Area. Throughout its long and storied history, Vans built its success with a persistent focus on the creativity, authenticity, and passion of its community. As a […]
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!
Last spring, when DrawBridge facilitators and volunteers could no longer provide in-person support for children who are underserved or experiencing homelessness, our program team quickly pivoted to hosting art groups via “Zoom Rooms.”
Accomplished arts educator and non-profit leader joins Bay Area organization.
Sarah Yazdani, Program Manager of DrawBridge, has been guiding the art groups for over a year now, and what a year it has been! Sarah is both a social worker and an artist, so she intrinsically understands the value of expressive art groups. I always had art around me growing up, and still love to […]