We create meaningful nursery art that provides free bus passes to mothers who do not have transportation.
Access to reliable transportation is almost essential to self-sufficiency. Without transportation, it is difficult to get to school, work, or even the grocery store. When a woman is given the gift of transportation, it enables her to take steps toward the life she wants for herself and her family.
Chickadee Art and Company is dedicated to connecting our customers to this cause of giving transportation to moms. Every piece of art purchased fills an empty wall with words of encouragement and provides another woman an unlimited bus pass. It is our mission to help you bless babies and expectant and new moms one piece of artwork at a time.
The Chickadee Art and Company Story
Hi, I'm Kelly, and I live in Tennessee with my husband Matt and our three small children. My days are spent changing diapers, playing outside, helping with homework, and experiencing the joys and challenges of motherhood.
My world and my heart changed forever when I became a mom. Even though I have spent 5 years overseas in full time ministry and 2 years as a high school teacher, I have never given of myself to the extent that I have as a mother. During the moments when I have truly needed encouragement, my family and friends have blessed me more than I can explain. Their support is one reason motherhood has been one of my greatest joys.
After the birth of our daughter, I opened Chickadee Art and Company with the simple purpose of providing meaningful nursery art to children and families. Artwork is a creative outlet for me, and I wanted to encourage other moms the way I have been encouraged. In addition to creating artwork for purchase, we created a free printables page to bless moms and gave away thousands of art prints away for free.
This year, I began to feel a strong desire to give more than art. The only problem is that I have very little margin… Honestly, I can barely stay on top of the laundry, but I learned that many new and expectant moms need one simple thing… transportation. Now, I'm partnering with all of you to work toward meeting this need.