How Your Donation Makes a Difference
1 child participation on an Art Therapy group workshop
5 sets of Art therapy material
1 hour of Clinical Art therapy session in Singapore
Thank you for donating 200 dollars.
About Campaignends 28 Dec 2016, 11:59 PM
1. Be an artist and create your artwork (painting, photographing, drawing, dancing, singing, writing, cooking, or whatever artistic talent you have). You will create something around the theme “Color”.
2. Take pictures or short videos of the creation process, and/or the final art color work
3. Create a fundraiser profile and post pictures of your artwork on it.
4. COMMUNICATE to be supported by your friends/ family/ network. How? Share your fundraiser page with your contacts via email, and via your own facebook page to create awareness of your participation and encourage your contacts to donate to our cause.
About the Charity
The Red Pencil (Singapore) is an Institution of Public Character and a registered charity founded in Singapore with a mission to bring the benefits of arts therapy (drawing, music, movement and dance) to children, adults and low-income families who have been through overwhelming and traumatic life circumstances such life-threatening illness, violence and abuse, for which they may have no words.
We partner with hospitals, family centres, foster and elderly homes and shelters, schools and prisons, and all health-related institutions to help them incorporate arts therapy as part of their existing psycho-social programmes.
The creative process of arts therapy allows our service users to express the unspeakable, to experience release and relief, to find new resources, gain self-confidence and feel empowered to move on towards a more hopeful and happier life. At The Red Pencil (Singapore), we are dedicated to the resilience and long-term recovery of the most vulnerable from all walks of life, to allow them to grow and become healthy and happy human beings for the world of tomorrow.
Through arts therapy, The Red Pencil (Singapore) helps break the vicious cycles of helplessness and violence, reduces stress and trauma and offers a way of expression towards balance, self-empowerment and resilience. Anyone, anywhere, at any stage in their life, can benefit from arts therapy.