The Red Pencil (Singapore) hosted its first ever charity art exhibition, Art to Heart: A Charity Art Exhibition, at The Culture Story from 28 to 30 April 2023 and it was a resounding success. We’d like to extend our heartfelt thanks to everyone who came out and supported this incredible event.
We are thrilled to announce that the donations received from generous attendees will go towards providing creative arts therapy programmes for children, families, and seniors in Singapore. Your contributions have the power to make a real difference in their lives.
Even if you were not able to attend the event, you can still support this amazing cause by checking out our E-Catalogue at https://art2heart-ecat.tiiny.site/ and making a Donation at our Giving.sg page: https://www.giving.sg/the-red-pencil-singapore-/arttoheart.
We are incredibly grateful for your support and encouragement, and we can’t wait to see the impact that your contributions will make!
About The Red Pencil (Singapore)
The Red Pencil (Singapore) is one of The Red Pencil Humanitarian Mission’s entities, together with The Red Pencil (Europe), The Red Pencil (International), and The Red Pencil (Middle East). The Red Pencil Humanitarian Mission, with its governance office in Monaco, is a branding identity which unites the activities of all The Red Pencil entities.
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 creative arts therapy (drawing, music, movement and dance) to less privileged children, adults and families who have been through overwhelming and traumatic life circumstances such as life-threatening illness, violence and abuse, for which they may have no words. The process of creative arts therapy allows our service users to express the unspeakable, experience release and relief, 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,
For more information, visit www.redpencil.org/singapore