Young Rembrandts Supports Feeding America’s COVID-19 Response Fund
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Young Rembrandts Supports Feeding America’s COVID-19 Response Fund

Childhood Art Education Program to Donate Proceeds from Online Shop to COVID-19 Response Fund

May 06, 2020 // // ELGIN, Ill. - To help bring light, color and comfort to the communities it serves, Young Rembrandts, the illustrious childhood art education program, is supporting Feeding America during these difficult times.

Bette Fetter, CEO and founder of Young Rembrandts, is donating all proceeds from her Teaching and Homework shop to Feeding America’s COVID-19 Response Fund. The response fund, which was established to help food banks during the coronavirus pandemic, will help secure the resources needed to serve the most vulnerable members of the community.

“We are facing a situation we’ve never seen before and in order to come out of it stronger, we must first come together,” said Fetter. “I am grateful to have built a team of thoughtful, generous individuals who prioritize giveback and hope that our donation to Feeding America’s COVID-19 Response Fund makes a difference in the lives of those who need it most.”

In addition to the donation, Fetter and her team are offering free downloadable coloring pages on the Young Rembrandts website so families can feel a little brighter during these uncertain times.

About Young Rembrandts

Young Rembrandts is a recognized leader in art education, offering a curriculum focused on teaching children to draw, using demonstration and a structured step-by-step process. Through the process of weekly instruction students are exposed to a wide variety of subject matter, artistic concepts, art history and mastery of their materials. Classes are taught to children ages 3 ½ to 12 years old. Young Rembrandts teaches more than 40,000 students each week in 31 states and four provinces. Through franchising, Young Rembrandts offers individuals the chance to grow their own business while creating a positive impact within the community.

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