DLFF Scholars Cole Pustay ‘25 and Liliana Dias ‘23 recently used their artistic talents in a form of service to create motivational artwork to be displayed at the Family Service Association (FSA) Bucks County Homeless Shelter.
Mrs. DiLisio, Cole, and Liliana presented their artwork to Traci Willis, Shelter Operations Manager, and Murielle Kelly, Director of Housing Services at the Bucks County Emergency Homeless Shelter on Tuesday, May 30. Traci gave the scholars a tour of the shelter, showing them the different rooms where their artwork could be displayed.
Scholars worked on their posters throughout the 2022-2023 school year. Cole mentioned that he chose to draw Super Man because “he is a symbol of hope and can make others happy” and Liliana chose to do a Finding Nemo theme to motivate clients at the shelter by adding messages such as: “When life gets you down you know what you do? Just keep swimming!”
Service comes in many forms. Thank you to Cole and Liliana for thinking outside the box and using your talents to inspire and motivate others.
About Family Service:
Family Service offers a variety of programs and services focused on increasing opportunities for adults, protecting seniors, reducing substance use, improving the lives of those with mental illness, preparing children and adolescents for the future, improving the quality of life for those living with HIV/AIDS and much more. To learn more, please visit https://www.fsabc.org/about/what-we-do/