Welcome back to Week 4 of our 45 Days of Giving! See Days 16 – 20 below!
In the fall of 2018, Nossi College of Art is celebrating our 45th anniversary, and we decided to do 45 acts of creative kindness for local classrooms, non-profits, church groups. Nashville and the surrounding communities have been supportive of Nossi College and the impact we wanted to make on this area, so in return, we wanted to feature 45 acts of thankfulness.
If you haven’t already, check out our previous blog for Week 3 to get all the action!
Video above is the abroad class getting a lesson in traditional Ecuadorian dancing with students at Bahía de Caráquez!
We’ve got an entire blog dedicated to this Ecuador trip, click here for a day by day recap on our students’ Ecuador journey including images they took of the beautiful country.
Don’t be shy, enjoy this video posted on the Bahia De Caraquez Facebook and snoop around their site to see their fun activities.
Our student, Blake Russell enjoyed making friends and photographing while he visited their center.
Photos above by Blake Russell
The Friends Life mission is to create an opportunity for teenagers and adults with disabilities to develop socially, grow personally, and enjoy the community as they experience life together. To help make a difference in the life of adults with disabilities click here.
Photo above submitted by Friends Life Community
East End Prep is a free, public charter school in Nashville, Tennessee, preparing scholars for success in college and the world by challenging, supporting, loving, and leading them through a top-quality, well-rounded education promoting academic excellence and strength of character.
Fun Fact: East End Prep was recognized as a double reward school by the state, scoring in the top 5% for both achievement and growth in the 2016-2017 school year.
Love East End Prep as much as us? Learn more about this Charter School and ways you can support them here.
Here’s a day in the life at King’s Daughters! photos taken by Nossi student Ashley Brown during her visit 😀
Give a gift to this Madison nonprofit – visit this page to get involved.
Photo by Blake Russell
Bellshire Elementary Design Center serves more than 400 students in pre-kindergarten through 4th grade with a goal to encourage each child in achieving his/her potential by instilling in them an intrinsic sense of self-worth, curiosity and love of learning.
We love that Bellshire offers a wide range of related arts offerings, including physical education, art, computer, music, library and Second Step. Their school is supported by active PTO and numerous PENCIL partners, which work directly with their school to help their students succeed.
Photos by Blake Russell