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During this difficult pandemic period, we’re continuing to build a new normal for education. One where we continue working on inclusive, equitable and multi-cultural education. Where we continue creating an environment that keeps our children healthy and safe.

Come build with us at the Global Sleepover.

You are Invited to Come View our 2021 Interactive Art Exhibit about Kindness

It’s been a difficult year for everyone across the globe, for kids and adults, people young and old. We can all use more kindness.

Posted on the window are over 100 photos of community heroes and notes about kindness written by kids as well as activities for kids.

The exhibit is designed for children but can be enjoyed by all. Photos and messages will be going up daily until the New Year.

Thank you for celebrating kindness, the heroes in the City of Mount Rainier, MD and all over the world, and for all your acts of kindness.

We hope this brings hope and festivity to all those who see it.

Global Sleepover’s Kindness art exhibit is in the windows of our gallery space at the Gateway Media Arts Lab, located in the Greater Washington, DC area at 3311 Rhode Island Avenue, Mount Rainier, MD 20712.

The exhibit can be seen from outside, from the car or sidewalk, making it safe to remain socially distanced while enjoying the exhibit.

HELP US REACH OUR GOAL OF GIVING AWAY 500 ACTIVITY BOOKS

This holiday season, with the assistance of a Legacy Fund Grant, we are giving away 350 free Activity Books about kindness and community heroes. With your assistance, we would love to give away 500 Activity Books to children in Prince George’s County, MD.

Thank you to the Gateway CDC and the Gateway Media Arts Lab.  A special  thank you to H&W Printing, located in Mount Rainier, MD, for working with us to design and print the sign. Thank you to FSC First, the Greater Washington Community Foundation and The Community Foundation in Prince George’s County. The Legacy Fund, was established with a $1 million grant from the Greater Washington Community Foundation, it provides critically needed access to capital for small businesses in Prince George’s County.  The fund is part of The Community Foundation in Prince George’s County’s equity and economic mobility initiative.

During this difficult pandemic period, we’re continuing to build a new normal for education. One where we continue working on inclusive, equitable and multi-cultural education. Where we continue creating an environment that keeps our children healthy and safe. Come build with us at the Global Sleepover.

You are invited to come view our 2021 interactive art exhibit about KINDNESS. It’s been a difficult year for everyone across the globe, for kids and adults. We can all use more kindness.

The KINDNESS exhibit is in the windows of our studio space at the Gateway Media Arts Lab, in the Greater Washington, DC area at: 3311 Rhode Island Avenue, Mount Rainier, MD 20712.

Posted on the window are activities for kids and over 100 photos of community heroes sharing acts of kindness and notes about kindness written by kids. The exhibit is designed for children but can be enjoyed by all.

The sign can be seen from outside, from the car or sidewalk, making it safe to remain socially distanced while enjoying the exhibit. Thank you for celebrating kindness, the heroes in the City of Mount Rainier, MD and all over the world, and for all your acts of kindness.

With grant funding from the Legacy Fund,​ ​we are giving away 350 Activity Books about Kindness and Global Heroes​ ​During the Pandemic to children in Prince George’s County, MD.

HELP US REACH OUR GOAL OF GIVING AWAY 500 ACTIVITY BOOKS ABOUT KINDNESS AND COMMUNITY HEROES

Thank you to the Gateway CDC and the Gateway Media Arts Lab.  A special  thank you to H&W Printing, located in Mount Rainier, MD, for working with us to design and print the sign. Thank you to FSC First, the Greater Washington Community Foundation and The Community Foundation in Prince George’s County. The Legacy Fund, was established with a $1 million grant from the Greater Washington Community Foundation, it provides critically needed access to capital for small businesses in Prince George’s County.  The fund is part of The Community Foundation in Prince George’s County’s equity and economic mobility initiative.

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