Pictured above......

75 pens
192 pencils
125 pencil erasers
10 coloring books
150 seeds of colored paper
3 watercolor pallets
14 pink erasers
200 colored pencils
80 markers
520 crayons
24 jumbo crayons
6 glue sticks
18 sheets of stickers
4 blunt succors2 sandals, 2 packs of wet wipes and a tiny bit of candy

SOS Childrens Village Cebu, Philippians Christmas Fundraiser 

Crayons 4 Cuba

Starting March 17th, attempt to through hike the Pacific Crest Trail, going from Mexico to Canada, a 2,650 mile endeavor that will take about 5 months. I will collect donations every mile for a charity called WASEL TASEL.

My good friend Mohummad-Dylan founded Wasel Tasel, based in Iraq. He helps families and children displaced by ISIS and warfare in Iraq. Mohummad-Dylan founded Wasel Tasel 5 years ago. It is a non-governmental corporation. He has 3 offices and currently works with 6 works with refugee camps.

Mohummad-Dylan and his team have a quick energency responders during warfare. They rush to get civilians out of danger, and dispatch the emergency care needed. WASEL TASEL has various sustainable programs for the aftermath of war, like providing sanitation​, shelter, medical care, food and distributions of non-food items.

WASEL TASEL works rebuilds schools and keeps children educated. They created sport programs, sustainable learning environments, provide long-term shelter and sanitation for entire families, keeping families together. They offer financial assistance and employ widowed women while keeping female identities protected.

WASEL TASEL truly does amazing work in dangerous conditions, being founded in Iraq by those who have struggled with warfare thought their own lives. To support the WASEL TASEL team and Mohummad- Dylan’s vast relief mission I will be doing a donation-per-mile hike. The Pacific Crest Trail is 2,650 miles long, so consider pledging to donate just one penny per mile…

To donate, head over to pledgeit.org/walk-for-wasel-tasel

Thank you for taking the time to read this. To learn more about WASEL TASEL please watch and interview with Mohummad-Dylan, and check out their instagram and facebook.

 Christmas and New Years Donations for Bangkok Orphanage

       Thank you to everyone who helped raise $500 for art supplies for Cedars International Academy. Cedars is an open enrollment, tuition-free public charter school serving grades PreK – 7th grade. It's are a small community of teachers, staff, and families committed to preparing children for the future. Cedars located in North Austin, Texas and is a title one school meaning that most students come from low-income families. 

         In the art studio you will find students hard at work on projects ranging from drawing to sculpture to incorporating technology into the arts. Ms.Moore, the teacher has students ranging from pre k-7th grade, and now they have new pencils, erasers, paper, watercolor, paintbrushes, charcoal, sharpeners and much more! Below are photos from after the fundraiser where Ms.Moore

let me come and help teach a project with the new

art supplies. 


Holidays of 2018 some friends and I raised 17,000 filipino pesos ($325usd) for SOS Children's village in Cebu. On Christmas a friend and I shaved our heads at a bar in front of about 100 people in order to gain some attention to raise some money to give back this holiday season. This money, as well as the money raised through gofundme, has gone directly to the children at the SOS children's village. I had the pleasure of spending the afternoon out with some kids and meeting the wonderful staff. If you're ever visiting the Philippines drop by and see the children's village and meet some of these beautiful kids, and young adults. Dong (blue shirt) picked me up and gave me a tour and lots of information, he had been working with SOS for 25 years and he has a huge heart. Thanks Mad Monkey Cebu City for the shaving my head and hooking my up with the children village, and check out SOS children's village of Cebu at https://www.sos-childrensvillages.org/where-we-help/asia/philippines/cebu

Hiking for WASEL TASEL

During December-January of 2017-2018 I worked with Baan Nokkamin Foundation to donate directly to 53 sponsored orphaned children in Bangkok living at the Baan Nokkamin Foundation.  All funds raised were used to purchase small necessities, school supplies and some art supplies separated into 53 backpacks, one for each child. Bags of rice and dried goods were also donated to Baan Nokkamin Foundation. This food will be cooked by the foundation to feed the 53 orphaned children 3 meals a day. To find out more about Baan Nokkamin Foundation visit their site here.
The goal is to raise 600$ USD. The more money raised the more we can purchase.
With the help of generous individual donors and a grand from Greenheart international over $600 of supplies were donated! 

The 53 bags of school supplies for all the kids will include school supplies like...
-Pencils, pens and erasers
-Small sharpeners
-Note pads and coloring books
-Glue sticks
-Colored pencils, crayons and colored pens.
-A backpack.
-Socks and shoes
-toothbrushes and toothpaste
and more.....

This fundraiser could not have been put

together without the help of my dear

friend Yui, owner of Hometown Hostel.

     In 2013 I spent one month volunteering in South Africa. I spent the month lesson planning and instructing art classes at a middle school and an orphanage with GVI. I led step by step art projects in paints, pastels and mixed media. My personal experience in the township was humbling and unforgetable. Working in South Africa stoked the fire to travel and helped shape my international views and morals.

For Christmas 2015 I independently created a fundraiser with a goal of raising $1,000 for Miller Children’s & Women’s Hospital Long Beach. Thank you to everyone who donated art supplies to the Children's ward.  We purchased new markers, paints, paper, stickers, paints coloring books and more.

South African Township; Teaching Art to Children 

In May 2017 I visited Havnana, Cuba. Thanks to donations I was able to bring $200 with of art supplies with me! They were brought to Rafael Angel Primary School in Havnana Center to some very excited students. Unfourntaly photos inside the school were not allowed.

 Art Supplies for Miller Children’s & Women’s Hospital Long Beach  

Austin, Texas Art Supplies for  Cedars School