Let's draw attention to the cost of childhood lead poisoning through art and creativity.
This is an ongoing collective art project made by people across America. Their hand-drawn interpretations of $100 bills are original works of art that together call attention to the danger of childhood lead poisoning and remind us that every child’s future has value.
Fundred Dollar Bill Project at the National Lead Summit
December 5, 2016
We are honored to have participated in the National Lead Summit, a convening of leading experts, policy makers, advocates, representatives from government, philanthropy and the private sector to craft a Blueprint for Action and ignite a national movement to eradicate lead poisoning and improve outcomes for our communities and our children throughout the United States.
Fundred Headquarters moves to DC!
September 8, 2016
Artist Mel Chin will begin serving as the inaugural William Wilson Corcoran Visiting Professor in Community Engagement at George Washington University in Washington, DC. While in residence, Mel will work with university students, faculty, and the greater DC community on lead issues and the Fundred Dollar Bill Project. Stay tuned for developments!