Habitat for Humanity builds hope by building homes. During shelter in place, we asked students to draw or paint pictures of how they build hope in their corner of the world. Take a look at what these wonderful kids came up with! We are so thankful for their images of hope and encouragement!

Madison Middle School, Richmond, KY
Art Teacher:  Mr. Howson

Emma Austin, 6th grade, Richmond, KY

Amaree Aleece Cheek, 8th Grade, Richmond, KY

Miguel Quintero, Richmond, KY

Trinity Clark, Richmond, KY

Will Soard, Richmond, KY

Abigail Roach, 6th Grade, Richmond, KY

Ashlyn Kauffeld, Richmond, KY

Aubrey Reeves, 6th Grade, Richmond, KY

Ava Roden, 6th Grade, Richmond, KY

Brady Hoskins, 7th grade, Richmond, KY

Chelsea Featherly, 6th grade, Richmond, KY

Cody Cameron, 6th grade, Richmond, KY

Graci Johns 1, 6th Grade, Richmond, KY

Graci Johns 1, 6th Grade, Richmond, KY

Arionna Dawson, 8th Grade, Richmond, KY

Lilia Hughes, 7th Grade, Richmond, KY

Ryan Bell, Richmond, KY

Kit Carson Elementary, Richmond, KY
Art Teacher: Thea Broughton

Classroom teachers, Mrs. Rahizadeh, Mrs. Freeman, Mrs. Causey, Mrs. Sanders

Ella Deaton Causey, 4th Grade

Katheryn Shaughnessy, 4th Grade

Autumn Pater, 4th Grade

Madison Sears, 3rd Grade

Lilly Quintero, 4th Grade

Orlando, Florida

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