Right now, you can help Parkside School in Salisbury Maryland get art kits from KRS Community Project! If we make it to $500, these kits are completely FREE for anyone who wants to participate in this fun community project!
The thing that I love about the KRS Community Project is that it’s inclusive for everyone, no matter their abilities! If we manage to get to the $500, they’ll be free so costs will not be a burden. Right now during this pandemic, our students need us more than ever.
I may have been able to go trick or treating, but I hope to offer my friends over at Parkside this beautiful treat! Watch my Youtube video for more info below:
You can donate and or share here.
1st clip: text that reads: The Kindness Rock Project
Brush Strokes of Kindness
Help us Gift Parkside Art!
There are rainbows moving in the corners; the background is pink. At the center is an image of Kind Commissioner Stephanie Willey and Secretary of Kindness, Grace Foxwell-Murdock next to the Kindness banner; Grace has arm outstretched to display the banner.
2nd clip: THE ART OF INCLUSION! There is an image of the kindness banner. There are faces of hand painted rocks, all smiling. Little images of hands raised and pictures that say “hello!” At the corner is a picture of the KRS Community Project Kit
3rd clip: Photo of Dominique, a woman in a power chair, in an inflatable wearing a face mask. Standing next to her is fellow Kind Commissioner, Pastor Martin. Little girl is posed behind her smiling with a painted face
4th clip: Audio clip begins speaking. Dominique is a pink power chair. She is wearing a leopard print, short sleeve shirt and black leggings and a pink Apple watch. Behind her is a black tote bag. Her arms are crossed. She is wearing KIND SBY shoes. Behind her is water, boats. She filmed this in outside Salisbury during mid afternoon.
“My name is Dominique Sessa and I’m reaching out today to you friends for you to hopefully donate Parkside School to get these art kits. I believe art is for everyone, including people with disabilities. People who may not be able to afford these kits and you donating to the GoFundMe just proves that. This pandemic has been hard for everyone especially our students. And I think that you donating to this is just proof that art is healing, and you can make a difference for our Parkside students. Salisbury is a city that welcomes everyone and it’s the First World’s Kindness City. As a Kindness Ambassador, as a Kindness Commissioner and as someone who loves kindness, I hope you’ll donate today because I think art is inclusive for everyone. And I hope that you donating even a dollar, you just hope some kindness and love into our Parkside students. Thank you!
5th clip: Photo of Dominique, a woman in a power chair, in an inflatable wearing a face mask. Standing next to her is fellow Kind Commissioner, Pastor Martin. Little girl is posed behind her smiling with a painted face
6th clip: Text reads I’m asking from my heart! It’s animated and a large red animated heart is beating and moving. Photo of Dominique, a woman in a power chair, in an inflatable wearing a face mask. Standing next to her is fellow Kind Commissioner, Pastor Martin. Little girl is posed behind her smiling with a painted face
7th clip: Text reads: Tell me about these art kits?
The KRS Community Project Kit includes everything you need for an inspiring and impactful installation and event.
For our Parkside students, they’ll get $500 worth of art supplies such as postcards, workbooks,
and more! Art that EVERYONE can enjoy!
Image of markers with KRS logos; these are in the art kits. Bottom image of KRS art kits with lots of supplies in it
8th clip: collage of images of people painting the Kindness Banner. Text reads: the creator of these kits also created the kindness banner we brought into sby!
9th clip: Mayor Jake Day joined in on the fun too! Photos of Mayor Jake and Secretary of Kindness, Grace Foxwell-Murdock together. They are posing together with the part he painted for the Kindness Banner and a sign that says “kindness is magic”
10th clip: text reads: Our Kindness Banner brought so much joy to SBY—of all ages! Images of City Administrator Julia Glanz is painting on the Kindness banner; a crowd people is also painting
11th clip: Art is for everyone.
It connects us all especially during this pandemic! Through the KRS Community art kits, the Parkside students can connect and express themselves and channel all of their feelings!
Photos of Salisbury residents, Kind Commissioners, SBY Councilmembers, and youth all painting; some are even in wheelchairs.
12th clip: The Art of Kindness
Learn more about KRS Community Project by visiting their site krscommunityproject.com
Images of painted Kindness Rock. It’s yellow
13th clip: Image of Dominique with Sec. of Kindness, Grace, and Pastor Martin at top
Can’t donate? I understand! Please consider sharing this video so we can help Parkside!
A share is a sign you care!
You rock! Don’t forget [underneath are photos of painted kind rocks on banner]