WHAT WE DO
digitally sharing original coloring pages.
We create original, hand-drawn coloring pages and donate them via digital files to institutions serving children, especially those in emotional need. Our files provide convenient access to high quality coloring materials, which can easily be printed and distributed on-demand. Pages can be printed individually when needed, providing far more flexibility than traditional coloring books, and bypass the royalty restrictions and infection control constraints that often serve as barriers (especially for hospitals). Our designs are bound to put a smile on any child's face.
Some ways our pages have been used:
Distributed to individual patients and siblings
Placed in open playrooms for patients to take freely
Handed out at community gatherings
"Grab and go" for emergency and inpatient units
Activity for foster kids + visiting parents to do together
" We are so grateful for your incredible generosity in donating digital versions of your amazing artwork for our pediatric patients to color. The drawings are amazing and we have been using them EVERY DAY. The kids are so engaged by your work, and parents have commented on how wonderful the drawings are. Our nurses are especially grateful for the digital copies, as they often have a hard time finding quality coloring for the kids when our child life team is not here. Having the files available for anyone to print and share has been a real game-changer for our staff and patients alike.
Having something to do while sick can truly transform the experience and make the hospital less traumatic and scary for children. Your hard work and generous heart is changing the lives of children every day, helping them to be more comfortable and relaxed in an otherwise stressful situation."
- Newton Wellesley Hospital
to inspire through the power of art.
Art is a powerful agent of love, healing, and joy. A highly accessible form of self-expression, it can serve anyone as an avenue of catharsis and self-discovery. We aspire to share the joy of creating with the world, especially with those who need it most.
ABOUt the founder
Hi! I'm Jackie Liu, 17-year-old rising senior at Weston High School in Weston, MA.
My older brother has been ill with an immunodeficiency condition for over 4 years now, and I've witnessed firsthand how traumatic and intimidating hospital stays can be.
I wanted to harness my passion for art to make a positive impact, so I founded Colors of Care in July 2018.