KIND Client Frelin Shares His Passion For Nature on Earth Day

Through KIND’s Voices That Matter Most project, clients explored storytelling through photography, creating a photographic series that told a personal story....

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Lucille “Lucy” Bartholomew from Covington & Burling LLP

KIND’s Washington D.C. Office is pleased to recognize Lucille “Lucy” Bartholomew of Covington & Burling LLP as Pro Bono Attorney of the month for March…...

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KIND Client Katty Shares What Matters Most to Her Through Photography

Through KIND’s Voices That Matter Most project, clients explored storytelling through photography, created a photographic series that told a personal story, and learned how telling…...

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KIND Client Franklin Shares His Story Through Photography

Through KIND’s Voices That Matter Most project, clients explored storytelling through photography, created a photographic series that told a personal story, and learned how telling…...

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Isaias Shares his Story through Stop-Motion Video

Through KIND's Voices and Imagination Stage project in August 2020, Isaias learned how to create and produce his own stop-motion animation. Isaias decided to share…...

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Celeste's Story

Amid the pandemic, KIND’s Voices That Matter Most project partnered with Imagination Stage, which taught clients virtually about crafting stories using stop motion animation. Participants…...

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Jennifer Willis: ASL Volunteer

KIND’s Baltimore office is pleased to recognize Jennifer Willis for our June 2021 Volunteer Spotlight! We are excited to be able to highlight the very…...

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Clients Use New Photo Skills to Express Themselves

Cassandra*, 10, and Julieta*, 15, are sisters from Honduras. They arrived in the United States during the summer of 2018, to escape threats and violence…...

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Andres Story

At just 11-years-old, Andres was forced to flee his home because of threats that were made to him and his family by a local gang.…...

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