The 10-year-old from Danbury, Connecticut, has sent more than 1,500 art kits to kids in foster care and homeless shelters.
As part of Chelsea’s Charity, a charitable organization devoted to providing art supplies and art lessons to children, the kits, which include markers, crayons, paper, coloring books, colored pencils, and gel pens were sent to schools and shelters across the country.
Chelsea sent out her first 40 art kits to a homeless shelter in New York using the donations she got from her birthday.
Within the first five months, Chelsea and her mom were able to donate almost 1,000 kits to children in homeless shelters, foster care homes, women’s shelters, and schools impacted by gun violence, according to CNN.
Since schools closed down, the family has sent over 1,500 kits to schools, shelters, and foster homes in 12 states across the U.S.
“I feel good inside knowing how happy they are when they get their art kits,” Chelsea told CNN.