Over the last five years they've received significant donations from 2 grant making charities totalling £70,000
|Amount/When||Donor||To be used for|
|£20,00030/11/2018||Henry Smith Charity||towards two years' running costs of a charity in Gloucestershire that provides therapeutic art intervention projects for people with mental health issues|
|£50,00030/06/2015||Tudor Trust||over two years towards the development and expansion of 'arts on prescription' services for people with mental health problems in Gloucestershire|
May Lane Surgery27 May LaneDursleyGL11 4JN
1 TO ADVANCE THE BENEFIT AND USE OF THE CREATIVE ARTS AS A MEANS OF PROMOTING MENTAL WELL BEING AMONGST THOSE SUFFERING FROM LONG TERM MENTAL HEALTH AND/OR PHYSICAL HEALTH CONDITIONS; OTHER PERSONS CONSIDERED TO BE VULNERABLE AND LIKELY TO BENEFIT FROM SUCH SUPPORT AND PEOPLE WHO DO NOT HAVE ACCESS TO CULTURAL EXPERIENCES DUE TO THEIR SOCIAL STATUS, LOCATION OR PLACE OF RESIDENCE. 2 TO PROMOTE AND SECURE THE MENTAL WELL BEING OF PERSONS SUFFERING FROM PHYSICAL AND OR MENTAL HEALTH CONDITIONS, OR WHO ARE OTHERWISE CONSIDERED TO BE VULNERABLE, THROUGH THE PROVISION OF FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE, SUPPORT, TRAINING, EDUCATION AND PRACTICAL ADVICE IN ORDER TO ENABLE SUCH PERSONS TO TAKE PART IN THE CREATIVE ARTS. 3 TO ADVANCE THE EDUCATION OF THE PUBLIC, OR A SECTION THEREOF, IN THE USE OF THE CREATIVE ARTS TO SUPPORT TRADITIONAL HEALTH CARE SOLUTIONS, MANAGEMENT AND TREATMENTS FOR MENTAL AND PHYSICAL ILLNESS. 4 TO ASSIST PERSONS SUFFERING FROM A PHYSICAL OR MENTAL HEALTH CONDITION AND POSSESSING A DEMONSTRABLE INTEREST IN THE CREATIVE ARTS TO FORMALLY PURSUE ADULT EDUCATION AND TRAINING IN THE CREATIVE ARTS BY ALL MEANS AVAILABLE TO THE CIO.