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Chelsea's Charity...Where "Art Is A Start" for Everything! 🎨❤

Chelsea's Charity is a charitable organization devoted to providing art supplies and art lessons to children. Together, we can support children's social-emotional and mental health development thru art!  Whether you want to contribute with art supplies, purchasing an art kit made by Chelsea for $20 or even teaching an art lesson for us; help us make a change today. We are trying to make 50,000 kits for kids by 2021 and we need your help! Donate today! #ArtIsAStart 


What We Do

Chelsea's Charity officially kicked off when Chelsea asked her guests at her 10th birthday party to bring art supplies as a donation in lieu of gifts for herself:-) Chelsea has a desire to support children and help them know that art is a start to healing, expression, communicating and so much more! 
 Huge thank you to those who have contributed already; it means so much to Chelsea!  Keep us in prayer as we embark on this exciting journey!  #ChelseasCharity


In the News


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A Child Helping Children

Social-Emotional Development With Art

Chelsea started out wanting to provide her homemade art kits to children that may not have access to art supplies or children that have gone thru a traumatic experience. She wants to help support the social-emotional  development of as many children as possible because "art is start!" Chelsea assembles art kits for children with various supplies donated to her throughout the year and includes a personal note from Chelsea in each kit😊

Teaching Art Lessons

Not only does Chelsea make art kits, she also teaches children some of her favorite art techniques! She spends time working with children on special skills and even teaches one of her favorite skills to use when creating characters called...the "Chelsea Eyes".👀

Art Helps and Heals

One of our main causes here at Chelsea's Charity is teaching children how to use art to help them in their every day lives. Research shows that you don't have to excel in art for it to help with your development.  You just need access to the materials...our main goal😊🎨

Meet Chelsea

Chelsea has loved art since she was old enough to hold a crayon. She also sincerely loves to help others, so Chelsea's Charity was a great way to combine her two loves to support her peers! She is looking forward to teaching the value of art to many children worldwide. 



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Art Kits for Kids!

To date, Chelsea's Charity has distributed over 800 art kits to children in NY, CT, NJ and Texas! We are excited to expand to more sites to support children's social-emotional development thru art!


Next Distribution...

We have 2 art kit distributions for children next month! Please consider donating today.We want to share art with children worldwide as we plan for a shipment to a school Haiti as well! Join us today because... #ArtIsAStart ❤🎨


Contact Us

Get in touch with Chelsea's Charity to discover more about our work, how to donate or how we may be able to visit your community. We thank you for your support.


“Art Should Be Available For Everyone!"- Chelsea's Charity 

"Every child is an artist. The problem is how to remain an artist once he grows up." - Pablo Picasso

"I dream my painting and I paint my dream." -Vincent Willem van Gogh