Kevin Bligh and his wife Beth Ann started the Crayon Project to provide schools with free multicultural art supplies. It was meant to be a small family project, but word spread rapidly. They got requests for art supply care packages from teachers across the U.S. and beyond. That’s when the Blighs got a crash course in creating a nonprofit. The Crayon Project has now spent two years putting thousands of multicultural art supplies into the hands of children in all 50 states.
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