The Creativity Salon started in Bethlehem with a personal initiative in 2019 and aims at developing the creativity and art skills of girls in the local Palestinian community as well as creating opportunities for them to express and take part in the community activities. It also targets challenging and changing stereotypes about girls by developing their skills in writing and reading. They provide training about creative writing, hosting of discussions of novels and well-known authors to speak about their experiences as well as round table discussions about poetry and training on designing magazines for girls. After COVID-19, all face to face activities with their beneficiaries have stopped which caused them to loose contact with them as many don’t have internet access or computers so the team switched to online training to a few of them. Activities such as printing out their magazine was put on hold because all their financial resources went to Covid-19 related health care.