Supported Projects 2017

Supported Projects 2017 · 29. December 2017
In December 2017 Serious Request took place in Apeldoorn, the Netherlands. Serious Request is a major fundraising event from a national radio station (Radio 538). Every year in the week before Xmas DJ’s are broadcasting 24/7 to raise money for a state of emergency in parts of the world we don't see much of. The Royal Talens Foundation organized several activities to support Serious Request 2017. We organized a 12 hour drawing and painting marathon, we created a mural with students and a local...

Supported Projects 2017 · 01. December 2017
Greater Heights is an officially registered Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) and a non-denominational private school designed to provide children a better education. The proprietors are Dan and Dianne Dzokotoe. Dan is a Ghanaian and Dianne is a Canadian. The school is located in Tamale, Ghana and has diverse educational system that supplements the Ghanaian curriculum with quality educational methodologies and material from outside the country. From time to time there are international...

Supported Projects 2017 · 01. December 2017
The non-profit Nivon organizes group camps for those who are not in the position to enjoy holidays or quality time with their children (for example due to financial reasons).

Supported Projects 2017 · 21. November 2017
In 2017 the Royal Talens Foundation partnered up with the Favela Painting Foundation founded by Dutch Artists Dre Urhahn and Jeroen Koolhaas. Favela Painting builds bridges between community art, urban planning and social design, creating multi faceted social impact with a lasting legacy. Over the years, Favela Painting has become a creative laboratory implementing art to unite, empower and contribute to an inclusive world. They turn public urban spaces and deprived places into inspiring...

Supported Projects 2017 · 08. November 2017
In the summer of 2017, a group of 30 Dutch volunteers travelled to Malawi to build a school. Besides these construction activities they also organized (creative) activities for the children and youngsters in the community. The Royal Talens Foundation donated paint and other materials for these creative activities

Supported Projects 2017 · 07. October 2017
In October 2017 the Royal Talens Foundation donated drawing and painting material to the museum/library CODA in Apeldoorn, the Netherlands. The material was used for painting workshops connected as part of the thematic program CODA organized for Children’s Week of Books 2017. More than 300 children visited CODA and could experience the joy of drawing and painting! To discover more about CODA and its other activities, take a look at their website.

Supported Projects 2017 · 27. September 2017
Kids College Apeldoorn (KCA) is a non-profit weekendschool for motivated and curious kids between the age of 10 -14. The kids go to school on Sunday afternoon and attend workshops about all types of professions in Arts, Management, Science and or Technical sectors. This makes the children think about the question "what do I want to be when I grow up?" in a very creative, fun and active manner. In September 2017 KCA visited the Royal Talens Experience Centre and with the support of the Royal...

Supported Projects 2017 · 16. May 2017
Voices 4 Peru wants to provide Education, Safety and Equality for everyone. Every child and teenager deserves an education. That's why Voices 4 Peru support a private school in Lima, Peru were disadvantaged children can learn in a safe and creative environment. The Royal Talens Foundation donated paint and materials for the art lessons by Hetty Wolters for a group of children within the age of 8-10. To discover more about Voices 4 Peru and their activities, visit their website. Hetty: 'It was...

Supported Projects 2017 · 25. January 2017
Education. Hope. Change. These are the three little words that define the work at Unite Lebanon Youth Projects. This non-profit organisation believes that through education hope is rekindled. With this hope, the children, youth, and women work harder to change and become agents of change. ULYP’s programs are based on educational services in many areas including the academics, languages, arts, sports, leadership, team building, critical thinking, and more that are leveraged to achieve change...