The FM Brush company is proud to be environmentally sensitive and support the fight against animal testing. FM Brush actively participates in numerous activities supporting our industry. From local events to a global consciousness, some of the charitable groups we support include: Splashes of Hope, Art in Education, Free Arts New York City, Save the Gorillas, The Kids in Need Foundation, which provides free school supplies nationally to students in need. In addition, We partner with suppliers whose handles come from managed wood reforestation programs and make sure our products conform to the standards set forth by the The US Consumer Product Safety Association.
FM Brush works to ensure that art continues to be an important aspect throughout communities around the world and is especially proud to support “Friends of the Asian Elephant”, the world’s first elephant hospital located in Lampang Province Thailand close to our overseas facility.
Founded in 1996, Splashes of Hope is a nonprofit organization dedicated to creating art to transform spaces, enrich environments and facilitate healing. Their custom-designed murals and other artistic projects bring smiles to the faces of patients, staff, and visitors of medical and social service facilities worldwide. This positive impact inspires others to join their mission.
Learn more about Splashes of Hope by visiting: splashesofhope.org
Throughout our 85 year history, FM Brush has always made Art in Education a priority to ensure that arts remain in schools. Each year we donate our quality brushes to charities, as well as supply our distributors with a wide variety of brushes to allow them to supply art, craft and hobby brushes to school districts around the United States.
To see the wide selection of artist brushes Dynasty has to offer please visit: dynastybrush.com
Free Arts NYC provides under-served children and families with a unique combination of educational arts and mentoring programs that help them to foster the self-confidence and resiliency needed to realize their fullest potential.
To learn more please visit the Free Arts NYC website.
Dedicated to promoting conservation of elephantsand providing treatments, rehabilitation, and rescue for sick, injured and maltreated elephants. Led by Soraida Salwala, the organization’s mission is to is to help and cure elephants which are injured or suffering from disease and illness. At the FAE hospital they receive the most professional and dignified treatment. Since its inception, they have treated over 2,000 cases. To learn more, visit their web sites:
To learn more, please visit: en.elephant-soraida.com
FM Brush has been working with Glenice Moore, who is raising money for the Dian Fossey Mountain Gorilla Fund. Glenice is a internationally known artist and author of instructional painting books published by Susan Scheewe Publications. She is a multi-faceted artist and has been a professional artist for many years. She has taught classes through out the United States and Canada and at many major painting conventions using her Photo Realism technique on every surface imaginable.
Glenice specializes in all species of animals, wildlife, and their habitat. She has an eye for detail and paints and teaches the technique of Photo Realism.
For more information about Glenice or to sign-up for a class, visit her website at: glenicewildlifeart.com
For more information on how you can help Save the Gorillas, visit the Dian Fossey web site: gorillafund.org
The Kids In Need Foundation is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization founded in 1995. The Foundation’s mission is to ensure that every child is prepared to learn and succeed by providing free school supplies nationally to students most in need.
The Kids In Need Foundation provides free school supplies to the Resource Centers in our National Network across the country where teachers go to get free supplies for their students. All supplies donated to us by manufacturers and retailers go immediately to the Resource Centers. We do not have a warehouse from which we can draw supplies, so I’m sorry, but we do not donate supplies directly to other organizations, schools, families, or individuals.
For more information about the Kids in Need Foundation please visit: kinf.org
FM Brush works closely with the US Consumer Product Safety Commission (US CPSC) to ensure that our products are safe and meet the highest of standards.
The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission is charged with protecting the public from unreasonable risks of serious injury or death from thousands of types of consumer products under the agency’s jurisdiction. The CPSC is committed to protecting consumers and families from products that pose a fire, electrical, chemical, or mechanical hazard or can injure children.
For more information about the US CPSC please visit: www.cpsc.gov