Make Lovely Things: How Michigan womans coloring workbook helps change lives
Growing up, you likely used coloring books for fun but one local woman says they can be much more than just fun. It sounds simple, but a coloring workbook is helping to change lives. My passion in life has always been to use art to help people, said Kim Bonner, CEO of Make Lovely Things. I felt like lovely things kind of encompasses all of those ideas.The company makes and sells thoughtfully designed printed goods with a special mission to give a free courageous coloring workbook to every middle and high school-aged girl in foster care. For each workbook purchased, Bonner donates a book to a young girl in foster care.