At Art for Good, we follow the simple concept and philosophy of using ART to create GOOD.
Through the Use of Visual Arts, we aim to highlight the importance of GOOD mental health and well-being.
As a Social Enterprise, we provide professional art services and organise meaningful art projects for the GOOD of our community. Proceeds will be used to fund our efforts in helping children with special needs, disabilities and from low income families.
Our Mission is to reach out to as many children as possible and make a positive impact to our community!
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The purpose of art psychotherapy is essentially one of healing and it has been successfully applied to clients with physical, mental or emotional problems, diseases and disorders.
Clinical art therapy sessions, workshops and lectures are conducted by our certified Art Therapists with a Masters in Art Therapy.
We inspire the love of learning and personal development through the teaching of technical art skills, where we use many different art mediums to create a comprehensive learning experience. Learning new skills is an important developmental process for everyone and should be encouraged.
Our art curriculums are infused with positive art therapy elements and focus on a strengths-based approach. Our curriculums and programs are developed by certified Art Therapists.
Giving back through community art projects gives us a sense of fulfillment and appreciation, especially when we contribute to building a more inclusive society.
Through our community art projects, you can actively engage with our beneficiaries.
Our Online Shop provides empowerment through the showcase and sales of art products created by our artist beneficiaries.
Through art, we enable them to work with their strengths and tell their stories. The therapeutic benefits of art can help them to get through their difficulties while also earning a passive income.
To promote the importance of good mental health and well-being, especially among children, through the use of visual arts.
To use art to reach out to as many children as possible and make a positive impact to our community.