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Artswork empowers children and young people through arts and culture. We work to broaden the horizons of the next generation of thinkers, creators, problem-solvers and leaders. As a not-for-profit charity, we need your help to make it happen.

Just some of the challenges young people face today:
  • 50% of mental health problems are established by the age of 14 and 75% by the age of 24
  • Over 11% of young people in the UK are classified as not in education, employment, or training
Our work creates positive change:
  • To date, 88% of young people engaged in our employability programmes have gone onto further education, training or employment
  • On average, we have recorded an increase of 22% in confidence recorded by young people engaged through our work

As a leading advocate for the importance of arts and cultural practice, we act as a catalyst for developing young people’s skills and employability through and in the creative and cultural industries.

For every pound we raise through individual giving, we receive a pound in match funding.
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Your money changes lives

How your money helps

For every pound we raise, we receive a pound in match funding. Your donation today will go twice as far.


£5

Buys a young person's travel card to get them to training and other opportunities.


£25

Ensures a young person receives one-to-one mentoring, empowering them to seize their brightest future.


£100

Supports a group of young people to develop life and leadership skills, whilst gaining a qualification.

Why We Do It

Young people are the future. Cultivating their creative energies, passion and sense of engagement is fundamental for the success of their own lives and the economic, social and cultural vitality of our communities.

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completed their apprenticeship and progressed to Further / Higher Education or employment (2015/16 cohort)

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opportunities created for young people through our Creative Skills Initiative (2013-2016)

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education settings engaged with (during 2016/17)

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