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The Dove Tile Project

Little did we know that when our architect team at Reach invited us to “paint some tiles for the girls” at their annual Christmas party last year, would the 40 tiles we painted that day multiply into 400!  Since then The Dove Tile Project has evolved into a nationwide effort through increased awareness and contributions from ceramic art teacher, Anne Sykes, Cara Warren and our architect team at Reach, and our amazing volunteer, Kristin Paulson.  With the ability to print the Dove Tile mold on a 3D printer, art programs in schools around the United States can receive a packet with the mold, instructions on how to make the tiles, and information to educate students about DMST and the work of The Refuge.

The beauty of this project is that it not only raises awareness about an extremely prevalent, yet overlooked crime in our society that desperately needs attention, but also demonstrates how the power of a community can really have an impact on the future of these girls’ lives.  Our hope is that each girl will recognize not only the physical beauty of the tile murals, which will appear throughout The Refuge Ranch, but also that people have been thinking about and praying for their peace and healing long before they even came to The Refuge.


If you or your organization, group, or school would like to participate in The Dove Tile Project, please contact Cara Warren at 703-401-8224 or cara.warren@reacharchitects.com.

The Dove Tile Project

Little did we know that when our architect team at Reach invited us to “paint some tiles for the girls” at their annual Christmas party last year, would the 40 tiles we painted that day multiply into 400!  Since then The Dove Tile Project has evolved into a nationwide effort through increased awareness and contributions from ceramic art teacher, Anne Sykes, Cara Warren and our architect team at Reach, and our amazing volunteer, Kristin Paulson.  With the ability to print the Dove Tile mold on a 3D printer, art programs in schools around the United States can receive a packet with the mold, instructions on how to make the tiles, and information to educate students about DMST and the work of The Refuge.

The beauty of this project is that it not only raises awareness about an extremely prevalent, yet overlooked crime in our society that desperately needs attention, but also demonstrates how the power of a community can really have an impact on the future of these girls’ lives.  Our hope is that each girl will recognize not only the physical beauty of the tile murals, which will appear throughout The Refuge Ranch, but also that people have been thinking about and praying for their peace and healing long before they even came to The Refuge.


If you or your organization, group, or school would like to participate in The Dove Tile Project, please visit our Spread the Word page.