Getting creative

South Street Kids: giving kids space to share their emotions

The after-school and Saturday club where kids can learn new practical and creative skills – and so find the space they need to be themselves. A vital service in Ipswich that’s completely free thanks to funds raised through The Health Lottery.

Who cares for the carers?

Promas Caring for People - named for what they do, and doing it with help from The Health Lottery

“We help people see the person, not the problem”

A Birmingham community project uses creative workshops to bring artists with mental health issues together.

We Are Music gives kids a chance to follow rock star dreams

We Are Music delivers much-needed music sessions in Harwich, Essex. But when funding was low, they feared they’d have to close – until they were awarded funds raised through The Health Lottery.

Eloquent Fold: Bringing joy to women over 50 in Corby

How funds raised through The Health Lottery help bring women over 50 together to get creative in one Midlands town.

Artistic Spectrum: bringing people together through creativity

How creative workshops bring people together in a former mining town – and unlock their hidden talents, thanks to funds raised through The Health Lottery

Award-winning podcast is Made By Mortals

How making a podcast for kids helps older people come together and share their stories in Manchester.

So much more than books: the library binding a rural community together

How Cymer Afan Community Library in Wales brings all ages together, thanks to funds raised through The Health Lottery.

Face Front Theatre: giving disability a voice

How funds raised through The Health Lottery give a drama group for adults with disabilities a boost and helped one member sing in front of the late Queen Elizabeth.

The current society benefitting from funds raised is LEW Health CIC T/A HL London East

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