ARTISTS IN ISOLATION – Art Packs for vulnerable children & young people

Update posted by Molly Daniel On Nov 24, 2020

Thank you so much for all your kind donations - The packs are ongoing with great success!

So far, we have delivered 369 packs to children in Battersea, Hammersmith and Fulham, Uxbridge, families in boroughs further out and refugee families currently house in hotels.

We have hosted 4 live-art workshops with 20 engaged kids in each and 2 BLM live-workshops.

This holiday season we are hosting our Christmas Drive to collect as many treasured items as possible to make some very exciting art bundles for children and families.

Thank you to all those who have donated to our Crowdfunding and those who have given us their time to make this happen. We are looking forward to bringing you more exciting updates soon!



Add a Comment

photo

Anonymous

Backed On Feb 09, 2021 Amount Hidden

photo

Hannah Beres

Backed with £20.00 On Feb 02, 2021

photo

Lovely initiative! Keep up the great work x

Anonymous

Backed with £50.00 On Jan 28, 2021

photo

Ayan Lowe

Backed with £30.00 On Jan 09, 2021

photo

Anonymous

Backed On Jan 09, 2021 Amount Hidden

photo

Alice Wilson

Backed with £10.00 On Dec 28, 2020

photo

The work you’re doing is so important. Children need hope and fun and we need them to grow into adults with hope.

Catherine Allison

Backed with £15.00 On Dec 27, 2020

photo

Amy Carr

Backed On Dec 22, 2020 Amount Hidden

photo

Anonymous

Backed with £5.00 On Dec 17, 2020

photo

Emma Louise

Backed with £21.00 On Dec 13, 2020

Show more donors
Add a Comment

photo

Molly Daniel

Campaign Owner

Send a message

photo

Amy Richards

Since Nov 24, 2020

photo

Cristina D

Since Nov 03, 2020

photo

Emma Wilson

Since Oct 30, 2020

photo

Briony Dillon

Since Jun 15, 2020

photo

Brenda Eisenberg

Since Jun 04, 2020

photo

Eric Van Iersel

Since May 30, 2020

photo

Leah Harwood

Since Apr 30, 2020

photo

Caitlin Blackburn

Since Apr 29, 2020

Not Ready to Donate?

Did you know a 10 second Facebook share raises an average of £25?

Share on