SUKA Society - Expressive Art sessions for trafficked women and girls living in Protection Homes.
Children from Vulnerable Communities
Al-Iklas Refugee School - Rohingya children using Expressive Sandwork.
PT Foundation 2nd Chances Program - Expressive Sandwork with children living with HIV/AIDS
Yayasan Chow Kit - Expressive Sandwork with at-risk children.
HumanAid - Rohingya children using Expressive Sandwork.
Pit Stop Cafe - Expressive Art for the people living and working in the inner city of Kuala Lumpur. Pit Stop Cafe serves food to the homeless.
In working with our beneficiaries, our aim is to see the following:
- Decreased levels of anxiety and aggression
- Better relationship with themselves: improved self-image, confidence, creativity and persistence
- Better relationship with others: improved communication, empathy, expressing emotions and self-assertion
- Progress in cognitive processes: improved attention, concentration and learning abilities
As a result of our work we want to see tangible benefits such as
- Improved school attendance
- Improved performance in school or work
- Improved participation in community life
In working with our volunteers, it is our aim to see the following:
- Confident and responsible use of the techniques taught
- Greater self-awareness and self-leadership
- Increased empathy for others that transforms every aspect of their life.
- A sense of empowerment and creativity to be able to affect change even if in just one life.