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DrawBridge - An Arts Program for Homeless Children
Address P.O. Box 2698, San Rafel 94912
Phone 415-456-1269
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Hours 9am-5pm
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P.O. Box 2698, San Rafel 94912

415-456-1269

415-456-3284 (FAX)

M-F: 9am-5pm

Drawbridge offers an expressive arts program for homeless children and formerly homeless children. We provide weekly art groups for more than 1,600 children each year at sites throughout San Francisco bay area. Additionally we have national and international partnerships. Children who live in shelters experience unimaginable losses on many levels. The nonjudgmental and loving support of the DrawBridge staff enable the children to rebuild a sense of control and self-worth.

Through Our Eyes: Artwork by Homeless Children: is an exhibit featuring works by children who have participated in DrawBridge programs. The exhibit has toured nearly 40 locations across the United States since 1992. The stories that unfold through the 33 framed paintings and accompanying narratives in the exhibit provide extraordinary insight into the thoughts and experiences of homeless children.

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DrawBridge Arts Program for Homeless Children - B P.O. Box 2698, San Rafael, 94912 415-456-1269 415-456-3284 (Fax) M–F: 9 a.m.–5 p.m.

DrawBridge offers an expressive arts program for homeless children and formerly homeless children. We provide weekly art groups for more than 1,600 children each year at sites throughout the San Francisco Bay area. Additionally, we have national and international partnerships. Children who live in shelters experience unimaginable losses on many levels. The nonjudgmental and loving support of the DrawBridge staff enables the children to rebuild a sense of control and self-worth.

Through Our Eyes: Artwork by Homeless Children is an exhibit featuring works by children who have participated in DrawBridge programs. The exhibit has toured nearly 40 locations across the United States since 1992. The stories that unfold through the 33 framed paintings and accompanying narratives in the exhibit provide extraordinary insight into the thoughts and experiences of homeless children.

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