Grant from GA Lawyers for the Arts To Support Chloe Pink Workshops at Boys and Girls Clubs of Metro Atlanta

Chloe Pink is excited to be a part of the "Artists Making A Difference Project." The program is a partnership created by Meredith Ragains, Executive Director of Georgia Lawyers for the Arts with the Boys & Girls Clubs of Metro Atlanta. Starting June 16, Sharna Fulton, creator of Chloe Pink will be workshopping with two groups: GIRLS 6-8 and GIRLS 9-12, at the Centers of Hope at Thomasville Boys & Girls Club every Tuesday this summer. Working with BBCA site director, Immanuel Reed and through a grant by GLA, every girl will receive a Chloe Pink Doodle & Dream Book or Secrets & Stuff Diary. In addition to helping girls develop self-awareness and self-confidence through the books' activities, Fulton will be doing all sorts of crafty, languagey and visually artsish projects to empower young girls!!! (Cuz that's what she and Chloe Pink do.) Thank you to Meredith who made this possible. GA Lawyers for the Arts has provided more than 2 million dollars worth of FREE ‪#‎legalservices‬ to GA artists including Sharn' on behalf of Chloe Pink...and now they are giving artists like her this truly special opportunity to give back to kids in Atlanta. Brilliant!!! XO, Chloe Pink