Kids Thank Frontline Heroes  

05/05/2020

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution has launched Art from the Heart, an ongoing initiative to pay tribute to frontline workers of the COVID-19 pandemic by collecting and publishing drawings from children that celebrate these workers’ commitment to keeping our country running 

Children 13 and younger can submit a heartfelt, hand-drawn piece of artwork by visiting ajc.com/artfromtheheartSelected drawings will be shared in a special keepsake section of the newspaper, as well as on AJC.com and its social media channels. 

Drawings should pay homage to the contributions of metro Atlanta’s frontline workers, including postal workers, delivery drivers, medical workers, grocery store clerks, journalists, utility workers or anyone else a child wishes to salute.  

You can view all the submissions at www.ajc.com/artfromtheheart, and follow and like them on social media by searching #artfromtheheart.   

Keep scrolling to see some works of art that have already been submitted.  

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Note: by submitting, you agree that your artwork is original, and The Atlanta Journal-Constitution is granted permission to publish, display and distribute as part of the Art from the Heart campaign. 

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