Here at BrushMagic Kids, we see value in everyone.  We want to be a catalyst for positive change, and since our beginnings in 2018, we've been driven by the same ideals we initially founded our Non-profit Organization upon: support, empowerment, and progress. Learn more about our program by visiting our FAQ page.


Invest in the future of American youth, and children around the world, by promoting education in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) subjects, the Arts and Humanities.


The foundation of an enduring peace is laid by education.


Aspire to Inspire before you Expire


     We created the BrushMagic Kids program to encourage young students to strive to do their best in their studies because we believe that education is the foundation for a better world. We provide this encouragement by rewarding kids for getting good grades. The reward is a cash prize awarded to member students selected on a random basis.


   You can join the BrushMagic Kids program for free. However, you have to qualify by completing a few requirements. These are listed in the Eligibility and Requirements sections on this website.

     To join the program, you will have to sign up as a Member by clicking on the "Login In / Sign Up" label located at the upper right of the brushmagickids.org Home Page. When you get to the "Log In" page, click on "Sign Up". After you sign up, you can click on "MEMBERS" and then select "Apply" to fill out the on-line application form.

      You will also need to create a drawing or picture of our planet, Earth. Upload your artwork and your current report card (in JPG/JPEG or PNG format) to the BrushMagic Kids' website when you fill out or update the application.. You can redact any personal information (other than name and grades) on the report card. Once we receive all of these items, we will assign you a number which will be used in weekly drawings. We will try to perform a lottery drawing on a weekly basis and the winner will be awarded a prize of $50.00 or more. The Board of Directors can modify the number of recipients or the prize amount at their discretion.


Jennifer Ng, Chief Executive Officer

Ms. Ng is the CEO of BrushMagic Kids, a non-profit organization helping to develop children and adolescents around the world by encouraging studies in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics), Arts, and Humanities. Jennifer formed this 501(C)3 organization in order to give students an opportunity to pursue advancement in education regardless of gender, ethnicity, race, or class. Jennifer has always had a keen interest in the arts and education. Following Jennifer’s graduation from the United States Air Force Academy, she continued service as an officer in the Air Force for eleven years. She earned a Bachelor’s degree in Foreign Area Studies with a minor in Japanese. Jennifer then received a Masters of Arts in Intelligence Studies. Jennifer strongly believes that education is the foundation for making changes in the world and is invested in helping to create opportunities for world peace.