Community Grant awarded to the Clapton Common Boys Club to support its ARTspiration Programme

We are delighted to award a Community Grant to Clapton Common Boys Club to support its ARTspiration Programme

We’ve awarded a Community Grant of £2,500 to the Clapton Common Boys Club for its ARTspiration Programme, to support 28 Social Educational and Mental Health (SEMH) and Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND) children.  There will be fourteen children per group and they will develop their creative talents including; communication, expression, through helping children regulate their feelings and emotions.  The programme will encourage positive feelings through expressive qualities of making art enjoyable, fun and engaging.


Clapton Common Boys Club provide stimulating and constructive activities to improve the effects of social and education deprivation on disengaged and disadvantaged children, young people and adults in the boroughs of Hackney and Haringey.

“We are delighted to support Clapton Common Boys Club with its ARTspiration Programme for young children with special needs. This programme will equip the young children with essential life skills and qualities that will help improve and enhance their future outcomes. We are excited to see the positive impact of these changes on these children in the future”.
Jonathan Freeman MBE, Chief Executive Officer of CareTech Foundation
“We are extremely pleased to have been supported by the CareTech Foundation towards our ARTspiration project. The Foundation’s support means so much to us, especially during these trying times.”
Ahron Klein, Trustee of Clapton Common Boys Club