Beneficiaries: Families affected by the 2013 Blue Mountain Bushfire
Years: 2012, 2015-16, 2017-18
Beneficiaries: Children in Angkor public hospital; victims of human trafficking or abuse; children affected by violence and sexual exploitation.
Year: 2017, 2021
Beneficiaries: Migrants and refugees residing in Paris, young people struggling with social and professional integration, caregivers
Years: 2014, 2015, 2017, 2017-18, 2021
Beneficiaries: Children with behavioural issues; children suffering from cancer; women survivors of domestic violence; families exposed to high rates of abuse, living in slums; teaching staff, psychologists/counsellors, administrative staff, children from slum communities and orphanage
Years: 2014, 2016-17, 2018
Beneficiaries: Children with disabilities; children with behavioural and psychological issues from trauma; underprivileged children going through cancer treatment
Beneficiaries: Children (ages 9-11) affected by the nuclear power station
Years: 2015, 2016
Beneficiaries: Children in IDP communities in camps; women and children survivors of torture and violence
Years: 2015, 2016, 2020, 2021
Beneficiaries: War-affected children and refugees, female refugees, 23 families and caregivers
Years: 2014, 2015, 2020
Beneficiaries: Children, students, parents, teachers, caregivers and sisters of St Joseph of Cluny.
Beneficiaries: Professional carers; counsellors, teachers, therapists, social workers
Beneficiaries: Teens who are unable to finish their schooling education
Year: 2018, 2019
Beneficiaries: Children attending the three Tiempo Fuera after-school programmes; residents (15-19 years old) and local staff; children and caregivers
Years: 2013-14, 2014, 2015-16
Beneficiaries: Children, caregivers, mothers, teenagers affected by Super Typhoon; children, mothers living in disadvantaged slum areas.
Year: 2020, 2021
Beneficiaries: Asylum seekers escaping conflict zones, staff members and caregivers, disadvantaged children and youth
Beneficiaries: Children with special needs (5-18 years old), staff members and caregivers
Year: 2014-15, 2017-18
Beneficiaries: Teens who faced physical/sexual abuse or sever neglect; Hmong children with severe trauma
Year: Since 2017 (ongoing)
Beneficiaries: 4 main axes: Health care (Cancer patients & Adolescents), Social Inclusion (Asylum seekers escaping conflict zones), Education (Arts-based capacity building and training for teachers) and Response to the pandemic (children and youth dealing with psychosocial consequences of the Covid-19 pandemic)
In Singapore, we partner with schools, foster homes, family service centres and health-related associations to help them incorporate arts therapy as a part of their existing psycho-social programmes.