Photo courtesy of The Goddard School

Photo courtesy of The Goddard School

Local preschool students raise money at art auction

The preschoolers created masterpieces that raised $25,000 for a local nonprofit, Art with Heart.

  • Monday, June 25, 2018 8:30am
  • Life

The Goddard School preschool students throughout Seattle and the Eastside replaced their pens and pencils for paint brushes and created masterpieces for an art auction that raised $25,000 for local nonprofit, Art with Heart.

Multiple Goddard Schools, including two locations in Redmond, came together to raise money for the Seattle-based nonprofit that creates therapeutic art resources and materials for children facing trauma, grief or adversity. Preschoolers creations were auctioned off and the proceeds were donated to Art with Heart. Photo courtesy of The Goddard School

Photo courtesy of The Goddard School

Photo courtesy of The Goddard School

Photo courtesy of The Goddard School

Photo courtesy of The Goddard School

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