Tammara Fort
Traveler
I was in DC this last week meeting with non-profits and catching up with friends. First time I have ever been to the capital, so I took Friday afternoon to tour the national mall. While I was there I saw a huge fence hung with pictures painted by kids. When I asked it turns out that the non-profit Beats, Rhythm and Relief was showcasing their #RestoreHappy campaign for the kids of Syria. I posted a photo here and on their Twitter hashtag, but it was so moving to see the pictures painted by kids in the refugee camp as part of an art therapy class. One of them had even painted Spongebob! So if you get a chance, check out the #RestoreHappy campaign.
4 years ago