Arielle Anacker Cancer Foundation, Inc.
A key mission of the Arielle Anacker Cancer Foundation is to raise funds for needy pediatric cancer families to help pay their bills. The message of Spread Red allowed complete strangers, unite and come together, to share in a simple act of kindness....give to those who need a helping hand. On a sunny afternoon in S.Florida, joy, laughter, and tears were shared ....all in the name of LOVE!
Lisa Guido, Sarah Guarnera, Eric Kazukiewicz, Leana Palumbo, Chris Quinlan, Kristy Pincelli
Irondequoit Food Cupboard
Media Credits: Signora Guido's first period Italian students at Dake School
Music Credit: All You Need is Love by the Beatles
The Decatur Cooperative Ministry
Beth Dickstein and everyone at BDE!
Beloit Domestic Violence Center Caritas Hands of Faith Merrill Community Center
Local Vision TV
Cindy Daniel and Quincey Tompkins Imhoff
The Healdsburg Shared Ministries Food Pantry
Quincey Tompkins Imhoff
Laura Guido-Clark & Connie Riccardi
We gathered in San Francisco to build the heART, children and adults alike created whimsical red chalk drawings outside and wrote their wishes on red tags to hang on our tree, families and friends mugged for the camera in our heart photo booth, and Laura introduced Lisa Blair, principal of our first school project, the E.C. Reems Academy in Oakland, CA.
La Casa de las Madres, North Beach Citizens, YEAH!
The color red steps forward; it is courageous. Red takes action. Its intensity radiates and pulsates from deep within. It is the warmest of all colors. Our friends have been sending us inspirations that they have been finding in their daily lives. Even on the streets of San Francisco, John was dressed up all in the color of the moment: Red! In honor of our December Random Act of Color - Spread Red - enjoy our inspirations!
photo credits: Richard Mouse, Colour Lovers, My New Roots, Sherry Olsen, Dee Feezor
Act 1: Connect the Dots
A Random Act of Color is our remedy for monotony and lack. It is optical optimism; a community act of color stirring emotions of wonder, reflection and joy.
For our first act, recycled CD’s, 45′s and albums were transformed with color. Utilizing zip ties, the connected dots wrap the tree like jewelry.