3 years ago, I started collecting used crayons from restaurants, museums, churches and local community members like you. I saw them being thrown away and I knew I could put them to good use, so they would not end up in the landfill. That is when I created Recycled Rainbows. Since then I have been able to collaborate with non-profit conservation groups and fund their educational programs. I have given countless presentations to organizations and elementary schools. Supported community members with new art supplies and recycled reading resources. Created specialty crayons for adults and children with disabilities to utilize in therapy.
Designed SMARTBags filled with over 80 activities to support underserved youth and children going through long term care at hospitals. That is why I hope my project Recycled Rainbows inspires children to change the world through the art of recycling and conservation.