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  • Our Projects

    • Caring For Congo
    • 2015


    • Goudoubo Project
    • 2014


    • Little Wlebo Project Photo
    • 2012

      Little Wlebo

    • Oxfam Project
    • 2011


    • 2013-2014


    • Tubman University Project
    • 2012

      Tubman University

    • Harper City Project
    • 2011

      Harper City

  • Colors of Connection is a 501(c)(3) Non-Profit Organization. All donations to Colors of Connection are tax-deductible to the full extent of the law.

  • How Your Support Helps


    Rosena, age ten, painting the Health Mural, Harper City, Liberia, August 2011.

    WHAT WE DO: Colors of Connection is dedicated to bringing the arts into communities where children and youth have very little exposure or opportunity to experience art. We work with them to develop basic art skills after which they collaboratively design and paint murals in public spaces in their communities. Your support allows one more child and community to experience the benefits and joy that come from creating art.

    MAKING AN IMPACT: The positive power of art is well documented. It brings hope, energy and inspiration to individuals and communities wherever it is found. It improves well-being, promotes development, generates a sense of belonging and creates a connection between all those who experience it.

    HELP US TO BRING COLOR INTO SOMEONE’S WORLD: Our work is funded primarily through public donations, and we really need your support to help us to continue making a life-changing difference in children’s lives. You can help by donating online, mailing in a check, or giving in-kind items listed to the right.

  • Give Online

    Make a secure online donation through Paypal:


  • Give by Mail

    Checks must be made out to Colors of Connection.

    Mail checks to:
    Colors of Connection
    C/O University of Georgia School of Social Work
    279 Williams St. Room 125
    Athens, GA 30605

  • In-Kind Donations


    Drawing of a woman harvesting tomatoes by participant Lilly, age 16, Harper City, Liberia, June 2011.

    We welcome the following materials:
    paper drawing pads any size, sketchbooks journal size, colored pencils, and crayons.
    Watercolor paint, stiff bristle brushes from small to large. Note: Unfortunately we cannot accept donations of acrylic or oil paint because these materials are not allowed on airplanes.
    Blank white t-shirts of any size, which will be printed on, and given to youth participants.
    Please mail them to: Colors of Connection, C/O University of Georgia School of Social Work, 279 Williams St., Room 125, Athens, GA, 30605.

    Please include your contact information and the receipt if you would like your in-kind gift to be tax-deductible.

  • Other Ways to Give

    As we are a small organization, we also welcome other types of organizational and project support including fundraising, marketing, social media and search engine optimization.