Jeannie Lindheim

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Donated Watercolor Paintings

I love donating my watercolors to non-profit organizations.

Please contact me if you know non-profit organizations who might be interested in my work.

As a thank you, when an organization accepts the donation, I will send you 3 note cards of my photographs. Click here to email me.

The watercolors can hopefully bring joy and light to many people. Many watercolors have been placed in: hospitals, mental health centers, nursing homes, and housing for senior citizens. They also bring joy to centers for disabled adults, homeless individuals, and community health centers.

Below are paintings donated to various non-profit organizations.

You can also see watercolors from my personal collection by clicking here. Some of the watercolors in my personal collection are for sale.

I do commissions. If you would like me to paint a watercolor for you, please email me here.

Two Dancers

Donated to: Brookview House, Dorchester, MA

Brookview House provides a safe community setting with customized services that give homeless mothers and children the help and skills they need to succeed.

Underwater Flowers

Sweeping Moon

Donated to: Lowell Transitional Living Center, Lowell, MA

The Lowell Transitional Living Center (LTLC) provides the most critical services to vulnerable adults in Lowell by offering a place for homeless adults to get food, shelter, stability and be treated with dignity.

Ocean's Mystery

Donated to: The Department of Youth Services, Lynn, MA

The Department of Youth Services (DYS) is Massachusetts’ juvenile justice agency. Their mission is “to protect the public and prevent crime by promoting positive change in the lives of youth committed to our custody.”

Puffy Flowers in the Wind

Golden Sunlight in Summer

Donated to: The AstraZeneca Hope Lodge Center, Boston, MA

This state-of-the-art facility serves as a "home away from home" for patients traveling more than 40 miles to their outpatient treatments. There is no charge to stay at Hope Lodge, for either the patient or his or her caregivers.

Flowering Tree

Ocean's Light

Donated to: Second Growth, White River Junction, VT

Their mission is to create, deliver and evaluate innovative programs that reduce the risk for adolescent substance abuse and violence, and to train others to replicate the programs.

Island House

Purple Mountains

Soft Mountains

Donated to: Mertens House Nursing Facility, Woodstock, VT

Intermediate Care, Nursing Facility.

Leaping Ecstasy

Flying High

Donated to: Brattleboro Retreat, Brattleboro, VT

The Brattleboro Retreat provides specialized diagnosis and treatment services for children, adolescents and adults suffering from a wide range of psychiatric and addiction challenges. Since 1834, people from all walks of life have found strength and new hope on a safe, restorative Vermont campus.


Donated to: The Castle Square Tenants Organization, Inc (CSTO), Boston, MA

CSTO preserves Castle Square Apartments as affordable housing for low and moderate income residents.

Peaceful Boat


Donated to: Bay Cove Human Services - Andrew House Detoxification Center,
Boston, MA

Andrew House’s mission is to provide comprehensive medical detoxification for adults with a substance addiction.

Shooting Stars

Donated to: Boston Institute for Psychotherapy, Inc., Brookline, MA

Boston Institute for Psychotherapy is one of the few remaining mental health clinics in the Boston area that offers open-ended psychotherapy at reasonable and negotiable fees.


Donated to: Homeowner’s Rehab, Inc., Cambridge, MA

HRI, Inc. purchased a large apartment building in Inman Square that houses many senior citizens and disabled adults.


Donated to: Hearth at Olmstead Green (Helping Elders at Risk Through Homes),
Boston, MA

Hearth is a non-profit organization dedicated to the elimination of homelessness among the elderly. Hearth at Olmstead Green in Dorchester provides 59 permanent homes for homeless individuals age 62 and older.



Donated to: Mattapan Community Health Center, Boston, MA

The Mattapan neighborhood has some of the most serious health problems in Boston and MCHC receives 26,000 visits from over 7,000 people each year. Patients are mostly Black/African Americans, including a large number of Caribbean immigrants.

Golden Snowstorm

Snowy Flowers

Donated to: Mt. Ascutney Hospital and Health Center, Windsor, VT

Oncology Department, Rehabilitation Department



Donated to: Heath Care & Rehabilitation Services of Southeastern Vermont (HCRS), Springfield, VT

One of Vermont’s largest state-designated community mental health centers, HCRS serves almost 5,000 individuals each year through five major service programs.


Swirling Trees

Donated to: Ascutney House, Ascutney, VT

Ascutney House is committed to serving the needs of older adults who are no longer able to live at home but do not need nursing home level of care.

Starry Skies

Reaching Tree

Donated to: Unquity House, Milton, MA

Unquity House provides the option for independent living in one-bedroom and studio apartments to 139 seniors. Low-income residents are able to afford living at the facility thanks to financing through MassHousing.


Windy Vines

Donated to: Springfield Family Center, Springfield, VT

The Springfield Family Center is a 501(c)3, non-profit organization started in 1971, with a mission of serving low income families and individuals in the community.

Mystical Dreams

Blowing Meadows

Donated to: Upper Valley Haven, White River Junction, VT

For more than 30 years, The Upper Valley Haven has provided temporary shelter and educational programming for homeless families and adults as well and food and clothing to anyone in need.

Colorful Nature

Donated to: The Department of Youth Services, Lowell, MA

The Department of Youth Services is the juvenile justice agency of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Their mission is to protect the public and prevent crime by promoting positive change in the lives of youth committed to their custody.

The Lift

Donated to: CASPAR Emergency Service Center, Somerville, MA

The Center provides community-based services for people with substance use disorders. Through an array of outreach, shelter, stabilization, residential, aftercare, and prevention services. The Center provides safe, accessible, and supportive programs to a diverse population of men, women, children and teens.

Colorful Garden

Donated to: The Department of Youth Services, Haverhill, MA

The Department of Youth Services (DYS) is Massachusetts’ juvenile justice agency. Their mission is “to protect the public and prevent crime by promoting positive change in the lives of youth committed to our custody.

Sunlight in the Mountains

Sparkling Flowers

Starlight's Burst


Floating Flowers

Swan Bird

Mountains in the Mist

Donated to: Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center, Lebanon, NH

Dartmouth-Hitchcock is a national leader in patient-centered health care and building a sustainable health system. Dartmouth-Hitchcock provides access to nearly 1,000 primary care doctors and specialists in almost every area of medicine, as well as world-class research at the Audrey and Theodor Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth.

All of the watercolors donated in the Boston area were donated through The Art Connection. Their mission is to enrich and empower undeserved communities by expanding access to original works of visual art.

Other watercolors have been donated to the following non-profit organizations:

Clara Martin Center, Randolph, Chelsea, Bradford, and Wilder, VT

Phoenix House, Bellow Falls, VT

Grace House, Rutland, VT

Dorchester House, Dorchester, MA

La Alianza Hispana – Adult Day Health Center, Roxbury, MA

Springfield Area Parent Child Center, Springfield, VT

The Connecticut Hospice, Branford, CT

Labouré College, Milton, MA

Cancer Support Community-MA South Shore, Norwell, MA


Click to see watercolors from the artist's personal collection.

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