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Cartoon Network’s ‘Drawn to Community’ Premieres Today

In honor of International Women’s Day, the newest installment of the ‘Drawn to’ series feature five creative and passionate girls who are making an impact in their communities.

Cartoon Network is celebrating International Women's Day with today’s premiere of Drawn to. This installment of the Drawn To series features five remarkable girls who are leading their generation towards a brighter future. From reading to animals, to distributing art kits, to creating virtual cooking classes, these girls are empowering others to get involved and make an impact in their local communities.

The Drawn to Community opening graphics were designed by London-based illustrator Lucy Kirk. All Drawn To episodes are available on CN, the CN App, and across the network’s social platforms.

Chelsea, 11

Founder, Chelsea’s Charity

Chelsea's Charity donates art supplies and art lessons to children in need to support social, emotional, and mental health development through art.

Gabby, 6

Volunteer for The SPCA Serving Erie County

Gabby participates in the "Tale for Two" program at her local SPCA, which encourages children to read aloud to adoptable animals, allowing them to benefit from the socialization, while children work on their reading skills. More information about the SPCA and its programs can be found at

Megan, 5

Fundraiser for the Humane Society

Megan creates and sells custom, hand-painted t-shirts to benefit the Humane Society.

"It takes $25 a day to take care of one dog,” explained Megan. “Helping the Humane Society makes me feel good!"

Niyoshi, 14

Cultural Event Planner

Niyoshi took her love of cooking and baking and turned it into a monthly get together creating dishes from different cultures and connecting the community. It is also an opportunity to learn about each other's backgrounds while having fun and making new friends.

Simone, 10

Founder of non-profit, Kids that Give Back

With the help of generous donors, Kids that Give Back has provided toys to kids in hospitals, books to homeless kids, and food and toiletry items to homeless families throughout Washington DC, Maryland, and Virginia. Find out more at

Cartoon Network recently announced the expansion of its content series Drawn To with new installments of monthly vignettes to be launched throughout the year. The newest edition of the series features inspirational stories from real-life kids having fun and sharing common interests such as spending time with family and helping in their communities. The series seeks to elevate these voices, highlight diverse cultures, and provide a meaningful glimpse at the passions that bring kids together to celebrate unity and connectivity in a sometimes, uncertain world. Each Drawn To is produced in partnership with local artists to cultivate authentic connections with the topics being discussed.

Source: Cartoon Network