The Teapot Trust is dedicated to providing professional art therapy in a medical environment to children coping with chronic illness. In particular, we focus on supporting children suffering from complex rheumatological diseases, including Lupus. Our art therapists work in medical settings, including clinics, hospital wards, and hospices, in Edinburgh, Glasgow, Dundee, Kinross, Aberdeen, Inverness, Kirkcaldy, the Borders and London to support children coping with the emotional and mental strain that so often accompanies their battle with illness.
Verity Young, age 8
We know how beneficial doing art can be for chronically ill children. We are launching our new development fund, doART, so that we can continue to provide professional art therapy and creative interventions for those who could greatly benefit from it. Learn more about how this fund will contribute to the wellbeing of our service users and their families.
Give yourself the chance of winning over 20 amazing prizes this festive season for only a fiver! Prizes include dinner, bed and breakfast at Greywalls 5* Hotel, champagne afternoon tea at the Balmoral, Rosie Brown Jewellery, and tons of other vouchers and goodies that would be perfect gifts this Christmas! Buy your tickets through our website or visit us at the Christmas Craft Fair on December 8th and purchase them there.
Teapot Trust is extremely grateful to have wonderful support from the community. Thank you to all our supporters such as the Postcode Community Trust, which has generously donated to help us run our new Newcastle service. To learn more about their support, click below.
On Tuesday 20th November, Martin Whitfield MP hosted a drop-in event at the UK Parliament for Scottish charity Teapot Trust. Held at Portcullis House, the drop-in, Do Art Daily,...read More
Teapot Trust have a fantastic line up of stallholders for our Christmas Craft Fair. The talented makers, designers and artists include: Anna Wright – https://annawright.co.uk/ Auld Connection – https://www.auldconnection.com/ Beautitude...read More
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