As a charity, we seek to offer grant and donation funded projects when we can. Please take a look and contact us for more information about any of our projects. This is made possible thanks to our amazing funders and supporters.
Coming to Terms art therapy group
An art therapy group in Exeter for teenagers who would like a safe and creative space to process their experience of the Covid-19 pandemic. Spaces available for Jan/Feb 2022. Fully funded thanks to Devon County Council.
Arts therapy for anxiety & depression
We provide face to face and online arts therapy sessions for children and young people in Exeter and Newton Abbot though referrals are welcome from across Devon. Funded by Children in Need this programme particularly aims to reach those on lower incomes and who are under 18.
Frame of Mind mindful photography project
An online short course of early evening sessions run by a professional photographer and an art therapist to learn some photography tips as well as how we can use photography for wellbeing. This includes a visit to the RAMM in Exeter, our partner for this project. All you need is a cameraphone. Spaces available in Jan/Feb 2022.
Anxiety & Me online arts therapy
A programme of one to one online arts therapy sessions to help young people better understand and navigate their own anxiety. Currently full, open to holding a small waiting list. We have been supported by government funding, Devon Community Foundation and the Self Heal Association.
Art Therapy & Mentoring
A series of 9 art therapy sessions, followed by 9 sessions with a youth mentor. This project helps young people and young adults address their confidence and any barriers to employment, especially those around mental health. Spaces currently available. Funding is thanks to the European Social Fund.
A group for young people who would like a safe and creative space to explore their thoughts and feelings around gender, sexuality and/or identity with others. Facilitated by arts therapists. Currently full, open to holding a waiting list for future groups. Funded by The Elmgrant Trust.