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Get Involved in Embrace Alabama Kids Week

Community Mural Paintings

Governor Kay Ivey has proclaimed April 11-17 as “Embrace Alabama Kids Week.” Beginning Friday, April 9, we’ll be celebrating with community paintings and events held throughout the state. As art has a way of bringing people together through curiosity and appreciation, we’re bringing together donors, community leaders, churches and others to participate in community mural paintings in order to bring awareness to the need for embracing and nurturing Alabama’s vulnerable children. The mural events will take place on the following dates with all murals being transported to Montgomery for a final unveiling on Wednesday, April 14. We hope you will safely join us outdoors for a painting or unveiling near you!

Volunteer to Paint a Mural

In Birmingham, Tuscaloosa and Mobile, local neighbors and volunteers will “paint by numbers” under the guidance of a local artist to complete a large mural piece. The piece will eventually travel to Montgomery where it will become part of one large mural to be unveiled before city and state officials during Embrace Alabama Kids Week, symbolizing our communities uniting to support God’s children who need it most.

Would you like to get involved?

We are happy for you to stop by or join us for part of the event, but if you are interested in volunteering to paint, we ask that you sign up for a one-hour slot via our brief survey.

Please contact Rebecca Morris at 205-837-0141 or rebecca.morris@letsembracekids.org for more information.

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