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Art Feeds Goes National

The goal is to impact a total of 30,000 kids by 2015.
JOPLIN, MO-- A local non-profit is set to make a national impact with the launch of a new website.

The Art Feeds National site brings weekly therapeutic art programs to children in communities around the country.
First on the list to become an Art Feeds chapter is Moore, Oklahoma.

Founder Meg Bourne Hulsey hopes to create three new chapters this year. The goal is to impact a total of  30,000 kids by 2015.

"Each chapter will have quite a bit of autonomy, we want them to thrive on their own but we'll start out by giving them the support they need, training them," said Art Feeds Founder Meg Bourne Hulsey.

Currently, the organization provides free therapeutic art and creative education to 3,200 children in Joplin schools on a weekly basis.
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