Holiday Giving 101: How You Can Help Provide Art Therapy to Children with Cancer

Every day, our Master’s-trained art therapists help young cancer patients and their families navigate an exceedingly difficult chapter in their lives. Our work is only possible because of supporters like you. This giving season, there are many ways you can give children with the cancer the gift of art therapy.


Art Therapist CNMC Masks

Jane Woo, MA, ATR, one of our art therapists at Children’s National Medical Center, decorates masks with a patient.

This #GivingTuesday, we raised $7,565 from individual donors like you. Because the Wiliam Rosenberg Family Foundation agreed to match this number, we have doubled the power of those contributions.

If you are planning on making some final charitable contributions in 2017, please consider giving the gift of art therapy via our website here. Or, you can:

  • Shop using AmazonSmile and the website will automatically donate a portion of what you spend to Tracy’s Kids. Learn more here.
  • Donate your appreciated stock values if the stock market has treated you well. For more information please contact
  • Federal employees can give here through the Combined Federal Campaign. Our number is 21655.
  • Maryland state employees can give here via the Maryland Charities Campaign, which runs through December 15.
  • Virginia state employees can give here via the Commonwealth of Virginia Campaign, which runs through December 21.
  • Send a check made out to “Tracy’s Kids” to: Tracy’s Kids, 5509 Devon Road, Bethesda, MD 20814.

We are committed to maximizing the impact of every dollar we raise. In 2016, more than 80 percent of our budget went directly toward Art Therapists’ salaries and art supplies.. Read our 2016 annual report to learn more about where your support goes.

Tracy’s Kids is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization, so all contributions are tax-deductible to the fullest extent of the law. Our federal tax ID number is 26-3835257.

To learn more please go to our Facebook page, website, or contact Bridget Gray at

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