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Program Descriptions

Tomorrow Needs You!

Paper Craft

Art Night

Art Night is an initiative of our Mental Health Charity that provides a fun and supportive environment for individuals to express themselves through art. Our Art Night sessions are designed to help participants cope with the symptoms of mental health issues and to provide a safe and creative outlet for self-expression. By engaging in creative activities, participants can benefit from the healing power of art.

 Bro Code

Bro Code is a program tailored specifically to the needs of males. It explores various social and mental health topics, helping participants to discover their self-worth while creating a safe and supportive atmosphere. Through this program, males can gain the confidence and knowledge they need to face challenges and lead healthier lives.

Support Group
Friends with Devices
Friends with Devices

Self-Love Club

The Self Love Club is a program for girls to explore self-love, gain confidence, and build connections with other women. Through a series of self-care activities, girls learn to cultivate self-love, self-acceptance, and self-compassion. Our goal is to provide a safe and supportive space for girls to gain the skills, knowledge, and confidence to build healthy relationships with themselves and others.


D&D (Dungeons & Dragons) is a great way to help young people build self-confidence, social skills, and resilience. It offers a structured, collaborative, and imaginative environment to teach problem-solving, communication, and empathy. D&D encourages creative thinking and teaches players to take risks, make decisions, and be accountable for their choices. Often, youth are afraid of failing in certain social situations, so D&D creates a role-playing experience where it's okay to fail since there are almost no perceived real-life consequences. Our mental health charity is proud to offer this valuable service to young people in need.

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