Art and children go together not only because of the pretty alliteration, but because it is part of being a child to learn self-expression and playful design with the help of artistic means. And this goes beyond conventional art lessons because access to art should also be open to children whose parents cannot afford expensive painting courses and private art education. And that brings us to the point. Our non-profit association KRASS is addressing this very problem since the beginning. Since then, it has received many awards, it is growing rapidly, and is helping thousands of children around the world to have unforgettable experiences with art. All of this with the help of hundreds of volunteers, sponsors and prominent advocates.