Chorleywood Beaumont care home recently presented Real Inspiration with a donation for £875 to buy a 3D printer.
Real Inspiration offers art and creative therapy. Their programs include an element of creative therapy to develop a sense of self and build on self-esteem. They also offer training in textiles, candles and soap making for adults and young people that face physical or social barriers to employment or education. To find out more, visit www.realinspiration.co.uk
The grant had been awarded by Barchester’s Charitable Foundation, a charity that helps older people and adults with a disability or mental health problems across England, Scotland and Wales by offering grants to help people connect or re-connect with others in their local community.
Natasha Rehman, Director at Real Inspiration said: “We are so grateful to Barchester’s Charitable Foundation. It has allowed us to widen our activities and offer more certificates to our participants. We’ve made lots of exciting things together and we’ve all really enjoyed it!”
Ramona Stanciu, General Manager at Chorleywood Beaumont, said: “We are always keen to show as much support as we can to local charities. Real Inspiration is a fantastic charity and offer great course and opportunities for people in our community. They make beautiful things and I think it is lovely that they sell the items they make in order to fund free training and art therapy.”