Connecting the world through shared dreams

About Us

Dreamline invites K-12 students to declare and share their dreams and aspirations with the world, building student motivation and global empathy. The Dreamline website and mobile app bring the dreams and aspirations of K-12 students into a social media space, creating inspiration, support, encouragement for students and the public everywhere.

Join the Dreamline to add art and voice to a global line of student dreams


Download the Dreamline app to ...
  • Carry hope in your pocket.
  • Share to inspire friends, family, you, and the world!


Register now to ...
  • Add your students voices and art to the global Dreamline.
  • Access curriculum resources and community support.


Read the stories and reflections of educators and students whose lives have been changed by declaring and sharing a dream.

Read the Stories

Honored Support

We're creating an inspired global community of students taking action on their dreams, including millions in more diverse settings than ever - with Dreamline.


Anne Keiser, Washington, DC Murray Abramsky, New York, NY Kathryn Fuller, Washington, DC with Robert Wood Johnson Foundation matching gift, Princeton, NJ

Featured Sponsors

Krista and Richard Pinola, Philadelphia, PA Daniel and Sarah Harlan, Shanghai, CHINA Jeffrey and Dale Garson, Ardmore, PA Sandra Crow, Wayne, PA Anonymous (2)


Dry Family Foundation Richard and Tina Aplenc Bob Machado William & Marjorie Kriebel Foundation Kathy Justi Andrew Houriet Mary Pat McFarland Ron Carleton Jill Feighan Deb, Nick & Dan Murphy


Lisa Webster Alex Laties Andrew Connally Brenda Shields David Marshall Donna Lindner Meg Ryan Olivia Pi-Sunyer Patricia Voigt Tony Wagner ...and many more

Support The Project

Cloud Cloth Education is a 501(c)(3) and all donations are tax deductible. Cloud Cloth Education is entirely supported by voluntary contributions. Contributions to Cloud Cloth Education support the free Dreamline program offered to group leaders and students around the globe, expansion of the program offerings, providing participation materials for those who can not afford them, and creating events where student dreams are celebrated. All amounts are welcome!