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Miss Cayce's Collecting Art Supplies for Rays of Hope

Miss Cayce's Christmas Store in Midland says they were inspired by the "Art with Heart" cause started by Coton Colors to help out a local organization in our area.
MIDLAND -- Miss Cayce's Christmas Store in Midland says they were inspired by the "Art with Heart" cause started by Coton Colors to help out a local organization in our area.

Coton Colors describes this program on their website as "Buy a Book. Give a Book. More than just a coloring book, "Color Me Happy" is part of [their] 2014 Attached to a Cause Program, giving “Art with Heart”. For every coloring book sold, Coton Colors will donate one coloring book to the pediatric art therapy program at St. Jude's Children's Research Hospital and other art therapy programs across the nation.


With that in mind, Miss Cayce's is reaching out to Midland's Rays of Hope. Rays of Hope, recently kicked off their Spring classes for children and teens who have experienced a loss or change beginning in February. Rays of Hope says they hope is to provide a safe, neutral place for children and teens to do the work of grief. Through facilitated peer support groups, they encourage children to use the creative arts as tools of expression.



Miss Cayce's Christmas store is now collecting the following list of art supplies for Rays of Hope:

Fun & colorful duct tape
Large construction paper (legal size or larger)
Scissors (all sizes)
Acrylic paint
Canvases (small/medium)
Paint brushes (all sizes)
Hobby Lobby or Michael's giftcards (we use these to purchase frames for our teen photography class)
Dry erase markers/erasers/cleaner
Clear tape
Ribbon
Yarn
Google eyes
Cardstock
Glitter glue

When you donate, Miss Cayce's will give you 20% off of one Coton Color’s "Happy Everything Base" in the store.
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