Welcome

quoteHopeTalitha is a unique non-profit making group of professional artists and arts therapists passionate about the potential to restore hope, dignity and worth through the freedom of the creative arts.

Talitha began by volunteering arts workshops to International Justice Mission, working in association with professionals in aftercare homes for girls rescued from sexual trafficking and violent abuse.

It is estimated that 29.8 million people are in slavery today, 80% of these are women and 50% are children. It is vital that the survivors of sexual exploitation are given the means to recover a true sense of identity and value. By building confidence, resilience and hope these vulnerable women may return better equipped to their communities.P1100999

Our work is expanding to other vulnerable client groups within the UK; particularly those recovering from trauma, sexual exploitation and/or emotional and physical abuse as well as dementia patients. Our methods focus on people’s inherent resilience and strengths and we find that our work has relevance and value in many situations.

Talitha Arts registered charity number 1162475.


Updates

  • Charity calendars on sale now! November 10, 2017 - Former Talitha Arts volunteer Hannah Brooks has produced 2018 calendars with photos from her travels around the world. At £10 each, all proceeds are divided between her three chosen charities: Talitha Arts, Street Child and The Rob George Foundation. Please order with Hannah directly via han_brooks@hotmail.com or 07584082355. We are most grateful to Hannah for her support... Read more »
  • Talitha Receives Point of Light Award from Prime Minister Theresa May December 6, 2016 - We are thrilled to announce Talitha has been recognised by Prime Minister Theresa May with a Point of Light Award! In a personal letter to our founder Amanda Root, Prime Minister Theresa May said: “Through ‘Talitha’, you are providing vital therapeutic support to women and girls who have experienced sexual exploitation, trafficking and domestic violence... Read more »