In honor of the third annual Gift of Nothing Day, a retired art teacher and friend of MUTTS created a larger-than-life mural for a local cat sanctuary and low-cost vet clinic.
The Gift of Nothing Day is fun for people of all ages, but it’s especially popular with parents and educators who want to teach children about the value of giving from the heart. Here are a just a few ideas to help you and your family get inspired.
We’re celebrating the second annual Gift of Nothing Day on (and around) December 15! Here’s how you can participate or get in touch with us to share your ideas for the holiday.
In a quarterly letter, Patrick McDonnell discusses the latest goings-on in his life and career — including reconnecting with a longtime reader, preparing for The Gift of Nothing Day, and gathering feedback from a social media pilot program for animal shelters!
On December 30, 2017, MUTTS lovers around the world celebrated the first annual Gift of Nothing Day — a holiday inspired by “The Gift of Nothing” book and play.
Excited about celebrating The Gift of Nothing Day on Dec. 30? Want to share it with your students? Here’s some inspiration to help you get started.
On December 30, 2017 (and annually on the first Saturday after Christmas), we’re celebrating The Gift of Nothing Day — a day to spend time with loved ones who already have “everything” or want “nothing” for the holidays.
Patrick McDonnell has released The Little Gift of Nothing, a board book adaptation of the critically acclaimed children’s story The Gift of Nothing.
Congrats to Patrick and the creative team behind The Gift of Nothing Musical for their 2015 Helen Hayes Award for Outstanding Play or Musical Adaptation.
The Gift of Nothing, a musical stage play based on Patrick’s best-selling picture book, debuted on November 22, 2014, at Washington D.C.’s Kennedy Center.
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