How you
can help

We have an imminent need for more resource in order to build a strong team and operation which can sustain this community as it grows and develops.


There is an overwhelming need for our services within the creative community, a need which is exacerbated in the economic context created by Covid-19. As a relatively new charity with very little institutional funding, our challenge is and always has been raising funds to adequately meet the need.We are reliant on the generosity of individual donations to build the capacity and resources to meet this growing need.


So far we have positively impacted the lives of over 2,000 people from a huge array of backgrounds, from different faiths and those of no faith.

We have provided 1-2-1 pastoral care or counselling for 512 creatives over 2000 hours. We have helped 5 creatives off the suicide list. And, we’ve been invited by our community members to share in their lives, 4 weddings, 6 funerals, 4 baptisms and 1 confirmation.


We can receive donations by Paypal or Just Giving – please click on your preferred method below.


It costs us around £600 a year to give a creative in real need the care and support they need. We are reliant on donations from supporters to do what we do, Please help us if you can.


£20 per month

allows us to run a workshop providing practical advice on mental health wellbeing to 40 people.

£50 per month

allows us to provide individual care to one creative for an entire year.

£100 per month

will enable us to create materials and resources to train up to 10,000 leaders within the creative industry, equipping them with the skills they need to spot the signs of poor mental health in their organisations.

£150 per month

helps us to listen to a creative in crisis. Calls to our helpline during lockdown have spiked, and our team of mental health specialists and chaplains have offered pastoral care and counselling to 179 people during the pandemic. The issues being faced by the creative community are broad and varied, but include drug and alcohol reliance, depression, eating disorders and feelings of worthlessness. Help us to be on the end of the phone when someone calls in crisis, and to help them map a path back to a healthier way of being.