Friday, March 10, 2017

Color For A Cause....This Art Teacher & Her High School Students Are Making A Different!

I love bring coloring to libraries and spaces within our school.  It is a wonderful way to bring the feeling of community and friendship to our students.

And with Color for a Cause, the Bernards High School Art Students, are bringing a whole new meaning to coloring.
When Carolyn Coppola's niece was diagnosed with cancer, she set off to find ways to help others who were sick.  She collaborated with her students to create an amazing service learning project called Color for a Cause.  

They are selling these coloring books through Amazon for $10.  All the proceeds go back to the school's service learning projects.  You will find it here.

And the really cool thing....for every coloring book that is sold, two are being donated to cancer patients at local treatment centers.
 The coloring book is perfect for any age....children and adults.
 They are all unique and really let all of the art students shine!
Over 30 young artists contributed to the coloring book.

Thank you Carolyn and the art students at Bernards High School.  You are very inspiring and will inspire us through this coloring book too. 

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