WESTPORT, Connecticut (WABC) -- A colorful project with important meaning in Connecticut caught the attention of Eyewitness News' Be Kind campaign.
What used to be a plain cement wall is now covered in artwork created by the children who take part in Homes with Hope.
The after school program was created three and a half years ago to provide consistent structure and positive role models for students.
They gave the wall a new look as an enrichment activity and let their creativity loose.
The charity in Westport was established more than 30 years ago.
It also offers emergency shelters and a food pantry for those in need.
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Be Kind: Homes with Hope turns blank wall into inspiring artwork