Vulnerable children in Marlborough are offered Creative Art Therapy to build confidence, learn to communicate, and so much more...
"Julia was born at 25 weeks and due to various complications suffered from a brain haemorrhage resulting in cerebral palsy...
Her confidence has grown so much and bursting into song whenever she is excited is clearly indicative of the joy this class and music is bringing her. The improved confidence has helped her transition to school, making lots of new friends and creating bonds with other adults. Monday morning drop off usually involves singing and bopping up and down when we arrive in class, because she is so happy." Julia's mother, June 2016
The Creative Kids Trust supports vulnerable children in Marlborough to grow through the creative arts. There over 30 children, from babies to teenagers, participating in our Music Therapy programmes, and we have 30 more families on our waiting list.
We are a non-profit organisation that relies on fundraising to operate the Creative Arts Therapy programmes for the Creative Kids.
Families bringing up children with disabilities tend to experience extra stressors including additional financial burdens - your donation can make a big difference to their child. Please support the Creative Kids Trust to help children like Julia grow through the arts.
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"Julia has spastic quadriplegia so has difficulty walking and using her hands, but while the music is going she will dance and dance. Her attendance at music therapy, learning to movement routines gave me confidence to enrol her in a mainstream dance class which she attends with her twin. I love how music and dancing have been a factor in her participating with able bodied children her own age, regardless of her disability." Julia's Mother, June 2016
Less than two years ago the Creative Kids Trust began supporting vulnerable children in Marlborough with a wide range of needs (including those seeking support with physical, psychological, intellectual, developmental, behavioural and social functioning) to develop through participation in the Creative Arts.
There are now over 30 children enrolled in our Music Therapy programmes, with two more schools ready to join us next term. From babies to teenagers, these children are already taking amazing journeys with the Creative Kids Trust - building confidence, making new friends, and one child who didn't speak has now even started to sing!
Families bringing up children with disabilities tend to experience extra stressors including additional financial burdens.
The Creative Kids Trust is a non-profit organisation, 100% operational from fundraising activities. Any contribution you make will be used support children just like our Julia to 'grow' through the arts.
Thank you for taking the time to consider supporting Creative Kids.