Year, type of grant
2021-22, Open, Small Grants
£1,500 over 3 months
To support Wild Wellbeing, creative activities to support children fleeing domestic abuse to gain confidence, express themselves through the arts, and learn through play. This project worked in partnership with Juno Women’s Aid to create workshops and opportunities for vulnerable children and their mothers to engage in arts and music. Read more
Who, what, where
How this project supported Ragdoll Foundation aims
This application had a strong focus on wellbeing and access to the arts, in this case for extremely vulnerable childrens living with their mothers in a women’s refuge. Both the need for and approach to the project were well articulated, with the project aiming to support children’s confidence, engagement, and overall happiness.