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Epilepsy Foundation

August 14 - August 27

The Epilepsy Foundation, a national non-profit with nearly 50 local organizations throughout the United States, has led the fight against seizures since 1968. The Foundation is an unwavering ally for individuals and families impacted by epilepsy and seizures. The Foundation works to prevent, control, and cure epilepsy through community services; public education; federal and local advocacy; and supporting research into new treatments and therapies. The Foundation works to ensure that people with seizures have the opportunity to live their lives to their fullest potential.
http://www.epilepsy.com/
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    Brooke

    14 yrs old

Brooke is a fourteen year-old rising high school freshman. She is generous, affectionate, funny as all get out, and, as you can see, a talented and prolific artist. She is also autistic and lives with epilepsy. While she takes pride in being autistic and sees her autism as an integral part of what makes her the incredible kid that she is, she'd really like her seizures to take a hike. She's very happy to be sharing her artwork with you and hopes you like it.


Southwest Autism Research & Resource Center

July 31 - August 13

Established in 1997, the Southwest Autism Research & Resource Center (SARRC) is an internationally recognized nonprofit organization dedicated to autism research, education, evidence-based treatment, and community outreach. They are one of the only autism organizations in the world that provides a lifetime of services for individuals and their families while also conducting cutting edge research.
http://www.autismcenter.org/
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    Cooper

    5 yrs old

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    Lainey

    3 yrs old

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    Wyatt

    5 yrs old

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    Zachary

    12 yrs old

Cooper is a 5-year-old sweetheart. He is a Lego "Master Builder" and is really excited to start Kindergarten. When he grows up, he wants to be a tank driver.

Lainey is an ambitious 3-year-old. Whether it's running, climbing, or riding scooters, she likes to keep up with the big kids. She loves princesses & mermaids and shines like the sun wherever she goes.

Wyatt is a 5-year-old smartie. He loves to learn about anything novel and really enjoys being read to, especially if it's about Star Wars. When he grows up, he wants to be a scientist.

Zachary is 12-year-old seventh-grade student. He likes to draw, play video games, and likes to go swimming on hot summer days. He also works really hard in school and makes everybody laugh. When he grows up, he either wants to be a comedian or a video game designer.


Kasie Helpz Kidz

July 17 - July 30

Kasie Helpz Kidz is a 501(c)3 organization with a mission aimed at assisting Kidz and their families whom are affected by cancer.

Our Kidz range from ages 0-19, and we strive to continuously provide them with a strong support system, as well as their guardians, during and after their courageous battle against cancer.

KHKidz focuses on lifting the spirits of those currently undergoing treatments, by providing them with a teddy bear, pizza and a movie night in the hospital. We also have fun events, like bowling, an evening at a professional sporting event, or a fashion show, for the patients to spend time with their peers that are going through similar situations.
http://www.khkidz.org/
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    Jeremy

    21 yrs old

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    Rio

    6 yrs old

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    Kylie

    3 yrs old

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    Paper Clouds

Jeremy began his battle with osteosarcoma in December of 2012. Over the course of 9 months, Jeremy went through treatment of high dose chemotherapy and limb salvage surgery. Prior to his diagnosis Jeremy was a welding apprentice for the city of Tempe, which he can not continue due to his metal implant. Looking for a new career path with a desire to help others dealing with side effects from treatment, he developed a product to hopefully help ease anxiety for chemo and blood transfusion patients. He's very excited to help this cause that is close to his heart!

Rio is 6 and was diagnosed with Langerhan cell Histiocytosis in July 2011 and relapsed September 2014. He is currently undergoing treatments. Rio loves pigs, dinosaurs, Spiderman, Auburn Football and playing on his iPad! His favorite colors are Blue and Orange. His dream is to go to Dave & Busters, spend the night with baby pigs, or sleep on a ship.

Kylie is 3 and was diagnosed with Retinoblastoma in April of 2016. They are from Albuquerque, New Mexico but they are having to temporarily live in Houston for Treatments. Kylie loves all colors. She loves swimming, and playing in the sand and anything to do with the outdoors!

Any time you purchase a Paper Clouds Logo design, 50% of the proceeds go directly to the charity of that campaign!!


Rewind Throwback

July 03 - July 16

We know how much you love a throwback - a chance to grab help some of the causes of PCA past. Here it is! And now, with all of the new products, you can really stock your closet full of so super fresh gear!

Team Owen
Nick's 'Triforce' will go to help Owen in his fight. His mom Carrie has given us this little insight to his fight so far...
Owen Gauntt was diagnosed with Osteosarcoma in February 2006 at the age of 6. After a year of chemo we were thrilled to learn he was NED (No evidence of disease). Since then he has struggled with implant failures, infections and a total of 99 surgeries in 11 years.
The implant Owen originally had failed after only a few months. He was in a body cast for 3 months while the fabricated a new implant. After this initial failure, he has struggled with the ever changing size of the implant and the struggles that came with it. Chemo should have stunted Owens growth which would allow the implant to be even with his good leg. He is currently over 6 foot and we chose to break the growth plates in his good leg so his implant on the cancer leg could catch up, it didn’t work. He continued to grow and 2 years ago because of repeated opening of the leg to “stretch” it, he became ill with a staph infection. He was on at home IV antibiotics for 3 months and then oral for 6 months. After this delay and the legs never being the same length this created his spine to curve and he needed spinal fusion surgery. Shortly after his spinal fusion, his leg flared up again with staph infections and the implant had to be removed to allow the leg to heal on the inside for 3 months. Once again he was on IV antibiotics at home and complete bed rest as nothing was in his leg. The implant is/was approximately 80% of his leg so moving around was nearly impossible. Early 2017 the surgeons attempted to place a new and we had hoped final implant but once again they ran into issues trying to attach the implant to what he has left of his own bone. After 6 hours the surgery was stopped and we once again had to wait for the team to come up with a new design. Owen was again on bed rest, now missing 6 months of school and that is very hard on a teen not only with academics but socially as well. As of June 15th, a new implant was placed after an 8 hours surgery. The new implant was designed with cadaver bone and tissue to try and get a more stable bone area to attach too. Since cadaver bone (Allograft) was used he is on a strict “no weight” on the leg for 3 months. The doctors will tell us when he can start to put pressure on the leg. By the time this implant has healed it will be close to a year since he had walked on that leg. He currently uses crutches to move around the home and has started having people over. It’s not easy spending weeks on end in the hospital, especially when all your friends are out having fun and being “normal” teens. Once he is cleared to place weight on leg we will start the process of Physical Therapy 3x a week. We hope he will eventually regain the ability to walk even if assisted with a crutch or cane.
Owen and our family have dedicated our lives to giving back to other cancer families. Owen was a HopeKid Hero for many years. He would visit newly diagnosed children to offer support and encouragement. Owen lends his time as a teen spokesperson for United Blood Service and gives speeches and his time to local events to raise awareness of blood donation. Something that saved his life many times because of all the surgeries he has had over the years. He also spends his time with other teens fighting the same cancer. He has many good friends who have gained their wings, to be specific he has lost 5 friends to solid tumors in the last 2.5 years. This would be hard for anyone to watch, but imagine a teen going through this. He often has survivor guilt but carries on meeting new families in hopes he can lend some comfort and hope to continue to fight.

Camp CaPella offers children and adults with disabilities and their families a unique camp experience designed to foster personal growth and exploration. Our goal is to enable our campers to make new friends, become more independent, and try new things. All things are possible at Camp CaPella! Kids at camp get to know other people just like them. It creates a community and a sense of belonging that they can't get anywhere else. This campaign is featuring Riley's 'Angry Cat'

The Crumb Diaries
The Crumb Diaries began as a blog from a mom reaching out to the world for a little support and understanding. Since then they have grown to so much more - Loganisms, Love & SLOMBIES! We always try to keep you updated with Logan & Allyson's journey along their "goat path." If these wonderful people are new to you, we highly suggest catching up on their antics as well as their perseverance. This campaign is featuring Logan's 'Party Like a Pop Tart' :)

The Epilepsy Foundation, a national non-profit with nearly 50 local organizations throughout the United States, has led the fight against seizures since 1968. The Foundation is an unwavering ally for individuals and families impacted by epilepsy and seizures. The Foundation works to prevent, control, and cure epilepsy through community services; public education; federal and local advocacy; and supporting research into new treatments and therapies. The Foundation works to ensure that people with seizures have the opportunity to live their lives to their fullest potential. Brooke's 'Fruited Plane' will be helping this wonderful cause.

Firefighters vs. Autismworks to prevent wandering and drowning deaths in children with Autism. This awesome cause educates the first responders on the dangers of wandering and drowning as well as provides opportunities for families, friends, and/or caregivers to learn about what they can do to prevent these tragedies from happening. Proceeds from every purchase of the 'Firetruck' design goes to this stellar cause!!
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    Nick

    16 yrs old

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    Riley

    12 yrs old

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    Logan

    21 yrs old

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    Brooke

    14 yrs old

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    Justin

    32 yrs old

Nick was an incredible, inspiring young man who showed thousands of people what it was like to truly live life to the fullest. At 14, Nick was diagnosed with Osteosarcoma after complaining of pain above his knee for a few weeks. Over the next two years, Nick underwent many surgeries and battled through chemotherapy with a positive, determined attitude every step of the way. Unfortunately, the tumors were continuing to grow and in late summer of 2014, Nick and his family made the decision to stop treatment. Through the next few months, Nick crossed items off of his bucket list with fervor and spent his days with his loved ones bringing smiles to the face of all those he touched. On December 30th, 2014 Nick passed away. Two months later, Nick's family is starting a foundation in his honor - Epic Battle Events. Half of the proceeds from apparel sold with his tattoo in this campaign will benefit Epic Battle Events and help the memory of Nick live on!

Riley is a 12-year-old girl diagnosed at the age of 2 with Autistic Disorder. She also has a diagnosis of severe anxiety disorder. Riley was minimally verbal until the age of 5. She has made many gains with the help of early and continuing intervention services. She loves art and draws daily. One of her favorite things to do is swim especially at her favorite summer camp, Camp Capella. She looks forward to attending a week of camp every summer. Riley has a great personality and loves to make people laugh.

Logan is a 21-year-old young man who is living with Hashimoto's and developmental disabilities, including Apraxia. He enjoys riding his trike, bowling, fishing, playing basketball and helping with his many, many animals. His family likes to consider him challenged not limited, and you can find out more about him through Logan's mom, Allyson, chronicles their lives on her Facebook page, The Crumb Diaries.    

Brooke is a fourteen year-old rising high school freshman. She is generous, affectionate, funny as all get out, and, as you can see, a talented and prolific artist. She is also autistic and lives with epilepsy. While she takes pride in being autistic and sees her autism as an integral part of what makes her the incredible kid that she is, she'd really like her seizures to take a hike. She's very happy to be sharing her artwork with you and hopes you like it.

Justin is 32 years old and works at a wood shop in a supported vocational program in Tucson, Arizona.  Justin loves to exercise, draw pictures, listen to music, and anything fireman related.  He is close with his family (especially his uncles!) and enjoys spending time with them while rock climbing and canoeing.  Justin has a dog, Koty, and two cats, Jacob Marley and Jordin Sparks.  Justin has a diagnosis of Down Syndrome with Autism Spectrum Disorder but his disability certainly does not define him!!


Logan’s Launch

June 12 - July 02

Opportunity Works enhances the quality of life of people with disabilities by empowering individuals and promoting a culture of dignity and respect through integration, inclusion, and independence.

Opportunity Works will continue to be a model for the advancement of community integration, personal growth, and independence for individuals with disabilities.
http://opportunityworks.org/
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    Logan

    21 yrs old

Logan is a 21-year-old young man who is living with Hashimoto's and developmental disabilities, including Apraxia. He enjoys riding his trike, bowling, fishing, playing basketball and helping with his many, many animals. His family likes to consider him challenged not limited, and you can find out more about him through Logan's mom, Allyson, chronicles their lives on her Facebook page, The Crumb Diaries.    


Autism Society of Southern Arizona

August 08 - June 11

The Autism Society Southern Arizona is the leading voice and resource of the entire autism community in education, advocacy, services, research and support. The Autism Society is committed to meaningful participation and self-determination in all aspects of life for individuals on the autism spectrum and their families. The Autism Society Southern Arizona accomplishes its ongoing mission through close collaboration with a successful network of affiliates, members, and supporters as well as several local non-profits.
http://www.as-az.org/
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    Bailey

    10 yrs old

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    Paper Clouds

Bailey loves to draw and create artwork at home. She really loves to draw characters on a 3 x 3 cube for notes. All of these drawings were drawn on this cube paper. Bailey loves to draw angels and fairies. She likes art, but also loves gaming and movies.

Any time you purchase a Paper Clouds Logo design, 50% of the proceeds go directly to the charity of that campaign!!


Rewind & Replay

July 25 - August 07

You asked for them and we listened! Our current campaign Rewinds & Replays a bunch of your favorites - some from years ago. As always, 50% of the proceeds of everything sold goes to the cause it supports. Take a look below and learn a little about our current partners in helping those with special needs!

Common Threads Madison
Common Threads Family Resource Center offers school and mental health programs geared toward individuals affected by autism, behavioral disorders, and mental health challenges. By joining together families, professionals, school districts and individuals who care passionately about children, we maximize our ability to create positive outcomes. With some cute headwear, every Skull Bow you take home will give directly to this cause so build yours today!

Arizona Cancer Foundation For Children
Arizona Cancer Foundation for Children was created to support kids with cancer and their families, right here in Arizona, by providing social, emotional and financial support for families managing the health and well-being of a loved one with pediatric cancer. Chompie takes a bite out of cancer - and 50% of the proceeds go straight to this cause!

The Crumb Diaries
The Crumb Diaries began as a blog from a mom reaching out to the world for a little support and understanding. Since then they have grown to so much more - Loganisms, Love & SLOMBIES! We always try to keep you updated with Logan & Allyson's journey along their "goat path." If these wonderful people are new to you, we highly suggest catching up on their antics as well as their perseverance. This campaign is featuring Logan's monsters :)

Firefighters vs. Autism
Firefighters vs. Autism works to prevent wandering and drowning deaths in children with Autism.  This awesome cause educates the first responders on the dangers of wandering and drowning as well as provides opportunities for families, friends, and/or caregivers to learn about what they can do to prevent these tragedies from happening.  Proceeds from every purchase of the firetruck design goes to this stellar cause!!

Ronan Thompson Foundation
Ronan Thompson was a bright, energetic little boy that always kept his family smiling and laughing. In August of 2010, he was diagnosed with a stage IV Neuroblastoma and fought valiantly or the next 10 months. Ronan's battle with Neuroblastoma ended on May 9, 2011, but his fight will go on. Ronan continues to inspire his family in the way he lived his life full of passion, strength, and courage. He will live forever in their hearts and minds as the most beautiful little boy to ever have touched the earth.
The Ronan Thompson Foundation raises funds for research that will find new and innovative ways to treat neuroblastoma, and ultimately, find a cure for this disease. The Foundation wants to create a World Class Neuroblastoma Research and Care Center and 50% of the proceeds from the Moon & Back design help fund this passionate cause.
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    Jessalyn

    14 yrs old

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    Eli

    9 yrs old

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    Maya

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    Logan

    21 yrs old

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    Justin

    32 yrs old

Jessalyn is a 14 year-old freshman from the Madison, Wisconsin area. She enjoys listening to music, playing sports, participating in various art activities, and hanging out with her friends and family.  Jessalyn designed the skull t-shirt to help raise money for Common Threads Family Resource Center!

Eli lost his little sister Ava to cancer when she was almost 5 and he was 6. Eli and Ava were best friends. Ava was diagnosed with Stage 4 Neuroblastoma, an aggressive form of pediatric cancer, when she was just 1.5 years old. Eli was by Ava's side for all of her treatment - never giving her special treatment and always treating her just like any other little sister. Eli and Ava both wanted to make sure that no other kids ever get cancer and if they did get cancer they wanted to make sure that they would get better fast. Chrisie Funari, Eli and Ava's mom, started the 501(c)(3) non profit organization Arizona Cancer Foundation for Children after Ava passed away to stay true to her children's wishes and help cure children with cancer right here in Arizona. Eli is Co-President of the Arizona Cancer Foundation for Children children's program, Ava's Angels; a unique program where kids can help kids with cancer. Eli created both of the designs that benefit Arizona Cancer Foundation for Children for the next two weeks!!

Maya is Ronan's mother and she contributed two incredible quotes that remind her of her son. She was generous to share the story behind each of these special sayings with us. All good things are wild and free is my favorite quote by Henry David Thoreau. It stands for everything that Ronan was in his short little life and it is something I try to carry on for him in my life here. I try to live as wild and freely as possible knowing that tomorrow is never guaranteed. Everyday we are here is a gift and should not be wasted. "You keep me safe, I'll keep you wild" is another one of my favorite quotes. In my heart, I'm keeping Ronan safe forever. In turn, he is reminding me to keep going, to keep knocking down doors, and to keep fighting cancer for kids the non conventional wild way that he would want me to.

Logan is a 21-year-old young man who is living with Hashimoto's and developmental disabilities, including Apraxia. He enjoys riding his trike, bowling, fishing, playing basketball and helping with his many, many animals. His family likes to consider him challenged not limited, and you can find out more about him through Logan's mom, Allyson, chronicles their lives on her Facebook page, The Crumb Diaries.    

Justin is 32 years old and works at a wood shop in a supported vocational program in Tucson, Arizona.  Justin loves to exercise, draw pictures, listen to music, and anything fireman related.  He is close with his family (especially his uncles!) and enjoys spending time with them while rock climbing and canoeing.  Justin has a dog, Koty, and two cats, Jacob Marley and Jordin Sparks.  Justin has a diagnosis of Down Syndrome with Autism Spectrum Disorder but his disability certainly does not define him!!


Gigi’s Playhouse

July 11 - July 24

Gigi’s playhouse is the only worldwide network of down syndrome achievement centers. They are changing lives through free, results-driven programs for individuals of all ages, their families, and communities. In helping individuals with down syndrome achieve their best of all, we also advance our larger vision of global acceptance for people of all abilities.
Serving children and adults of all ages, each playhouse provides educational and therapeutic programs at no charge to families and in a format that individuals with down syndrome learn best. All programs aim to maximize self-confidence and empower individuals to achieve their greatest potential. Gigi’s playhouse is a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt charitable organization.
http://gigisplayhouse.org/
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    Kaitlyn

    20 yrs old

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    Brittany

    20 yrs old

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    Jaquai

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    Paper Clouds

Kaitlyn is a super Senior at Desert Mountain High School where she was a varsity cheerleader for 3 years. Kaitlyn loves to cheer and swim. This past year Kaitlyn was the first person with Down syndrome to be presented at the Desert Foundation Auxiliary Ball. Besides hanging out with her many friends, Kaitlyn loves to spend time at GiGi's Playhouse, listen to music and watch movies.

Brittany enjoys movies, music, and sports--especially watching the Harlem Globetrotters! She also enjoys spending time with her family and three beagles.

Jaquai was born a very happy child who has matured into a delightful young lady who loves music, especially Beyonce, enjoys participating on a special needs cheer team, attends several programs at GiGi's Playhouse and enjoys the use of the most important tool we all share: the cell phone (and tablet) always snapping pictures, Amazon shopping and texting "what is for dinner?" She is proud to wear the title of Ms. GiGi for 2016 and if she is there when you stop by, her smile and voice will greet you with: "Welcome to GiGi's Playhouse"!

Any time you purchase a Paper Clouds Logo design, 50% of the proceeds go directly to the charity of that campaign!!


A Very Special Cause

June 27 - July 10

We have teamed up with A Very Special Case (a Facebook group) who is one of our artists this campaign. Instead of raising money for himself, he will be helping these two special organizations!!

The Miracle League of Indian County
The Miracle League is an organized baseball league for persons with disabilities enabling them to develop sport skills while also improving socialization skills and having fun playing baseball with their peers. The field removes barriers of a typical baseball field that can cause a child or adult with a physical or mental disability not to be able to play. To help minimize these barriers Miracle League teams play on a custom-designed, rubberized turf field that accommodates wheelchairs and other assistive devices.

Pediatric Palliative Care Coalition
Pediatric Palliative care is specialized medical care for children with serious illnesses. It focuses on providing relief from the symptoms, pain, and stress of a serious illness—whatever the diagnosis. The goal is to improve quality of life for both the child and the family.
Pediatric palliative care addresses serious medical conditions, including genetic disorders, cancer, prematurity, neurologic disorders, heart and lung conditions and others. It relieves the symptoms of these diseases, such as pain, shortness of breath, fatigue, constipation, nausea, loss of appetite and difficulty sleeping. In short, it helps the child and the family gain the strength to carry on with daily life.
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    Case

    5 yrs old

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    Evan

    5 yrs old

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Case is a fighter. He's fighting against a disease so rare, it's still unknown. At 5 years old, Case has already been under anesthesia 30+ times. He's spent countless days inpatient and continually returns to Children's hospital for several appointments a month, plus surgeries and inpatient stays.
From Crainiosynostosis, a tethered spinal cord, 1 functioning kidney, intestinal and digestive disorders that force Case to be fed via G-Tube and interveinously through a mediport we connect to a temporary IV weekly.
Although Case is fighting a nameless beast that's attacked his digestive system, took away his kidney, caused multiple birth defects, leaves him sick almost every morning and gives us no answers on what his future holds, he is so brave!
Case loves superheroes, his dog Taco and playing!
This little man is and always will be our hero!

Evan is a strong, brave and loving little man. His seizures started at 10 days old and occurred multiple times a day. At 1.5 years old, after a long and trying period of treatments and testing, he was diagnosed with a rare genetic disorder, ARX. While treatment has reduced the frequency of seizures, it has required a large number of hospitalizations. However, throughout all of the stays, visits and treatments, Evan continues to smile. His smile always lights up a room and his laugh melts everyone's heart.
Evan is an avid sports fan. Cheering for the Pittsburgh Penguins and playing Miracle League Baseball games rank the highest. He loves being outside and watching the tree leaves blow in the wind. Evan always is excited to see and feed the animals and smiles when he gets close to the family's barn.
Once you meet Evan he changes your life and captures a part of your heart. Evan is a child that chooses to not put "dis" in front of his "abilities", he loves life and everyone around him.

Any time you purchase a Paper Clouds Logo design, 50% of the proceeds go directly to the charity of that campaign!!


UMAR

June 13 - June 26

UMAR Arts centers in Charlotte, Lincolnton, and Reidsville, North Carolina offer fine-art vocational services for adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Each center encourages creativity and self-expression through visual, performing, horticulture, literary, 3-D, cultural and culinary arts. Blending living skills, life experiences and community involvement opportunities, the arts curriculum provides a foundation for arts-based learning while working to identify and secure employment for artists who wish to work at galleries, gift shops, local markets or nurseries. Artists also have opportunities to show and sell their work in local galleries, shows, and regular art sales. Proceeds from these shows and sales benefit artists and the UMAR Arts Program.
http://www.umarinfo.com
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    Johnny

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    Dewey

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    Ruth

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    Susan

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    Kristen

Paint is my favorite art material. I like to paint animals because like I like the sounds animals made. Like an elephant makes funny sounds! Pictures of animals also sell good and I like to sell my art. I learned a whole lot of stuff at UMAR and learned to draw different things. I can drawn an owl real good. It makes me feel good to make art and happy in what I'm doing.

My name is Dewey. I watch how (art) staff has shown me to build my own techniques. By watching Bob Ross he taught me how to create my own techniques too. After following his techniques, now I have my own techniques. I can teach new clients techniques by them watching me and they can build their techniques and I can watch them. As far as materials are concerned I like oil pastels cause you can mix and smear them. I’d like to do regular paint and use oil pastels over that. You just put down an idea off the top of your head.

I was born in China and moved to the US when I was seven years old. I have four brothers and sisters. I enjoy knitting, but I like to paint best. Painting owls makes me smile. I enjoy painting almost anything. When I’m making art I feel happy and I like that my artwork makes people smile.

I was born in Bay St. Lois, Mississippi, and I have one brother and one sister. I moved to NC in 2005 after traveling with my parents for 20 years. We traveled with a camper trailer and went wherever we wanted. On our first trip we went to Canada. Dad loved to watch the birds. I love to paint and draw. When I’m painting I feel accomplished and really good about myself.

Animals inspire me, zebra, octopus any animal. I like to make art on flower pots, bird houses, anything. I get my ideas from my head. I love bright colors. My favorite material is clay. I want to make a pot or wine glass on the wheel. I draw pictures of me and my friend, I miss him so much. I like to paint ourselves together. Oh I like to crochet too. I’m a good artist and I’m smart.