Kansas City art gallery will display photography from Children International at August First Friday

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Kansas City, MO (July 26, 2016) On the first Friday in August, Kansas City art gallery Clubhouse by Freshcassette will feature photography from humanitarian organization Children International. The collection of photos captures moments of joy and scenic beauty in the impoverished communities where Children International works.

Headquartered in Kansas City, Children International is a leader in the movement to eradicate poverty. From toddlers to young adults, CI provides kids with access to 1) a safe place, 2) a caring team and 3) a clear path out of poverty through programs focused on health, education, empowerment and employment.

Clubhouse by Freshcassette, located in the Crossroads Arts District in downtown Kansas City, was founded in 2010 by Jon Sink who, over the years, has created a collective of artists and musicians who want to help change the world. It is a marketplace and gallery focused on giving back – 20% of the gallery’s profits are donated to charities. Clubhouse by Freshcassette’s goal is to help musicians and artists, expose people to new art and music, and give to some great organizations that help people in need.

Children International staff will be at Clubhouse by Freshcassette on Friday, August 5, for the First Friday event to share more information about the photos and the work the organization does. 

Children International at First Friday
Friday, August 5, 2016
5:00-9:00 p.m.
Clubhouse by Freshcassette
512 E 18th St, Kansas City, Missouri 64108

RSVP for the First Friday event on Facebook.

Learn more about Children International. Learn more about Clubhouse by Freshcassette.

About Children International
Children International is a top-rated humanitarian organization focused on ending poverty by helping children and youth. We take a holistic approach to our programs and work through local professional staff at each of our 70+ community centers worldwide. Our goal is that each child graduates from our program healthy, educated, employed and empowered to break the cycle of poverty.

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