Every week they produce several crates full of crayons. With the help of a friend, these are melted together in Bryan's own kitchen.
... and pressed together into new crayons with the help of special devices. In all colors of the rainbow.
For each pressing, 96 new crayons are made. Bryan makes them a bit fatter, so they are easier for the kids to hold.
For the best is: Bryan doesn't do it all to make any money. Quite the contrary!
He delivers the finished crayons to schools and to hospitals in California. All for free!
"If these little, colorful crayons help these brave little kids to forget their illness just for a few moments, then we're doing something right."
True words Bryan! And so much respect for this great idea and your selfless engagement. A role model for the whole world!
Good acts often begin with small ones, like this idea. You don't need millions of dollars to make a difference, just a little help, and some effort.
Show your friends this wonderful idea from a totally normal dad and share this story with everyone that you know! So that others will know that they can help too.
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