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Mandala project at 'Klein Geluk', location Veldhuis

Mandala project at 'Klein Geluk', location Veldhuis

Wednesday, April 15, 2020

Residential Care Center Veldhuis is a beautiful new location of Klein Geluk, in the center of Apeldoorn.

Due to the Coronavirus, the residents now have to stay in their own apartment for a few weeks, which is not always easy. The employees of Klein Geluk try to organize distraction and relaxation in various ways together with volunteers.

Project for residents

One of the activities is a project for residents who like to color. The residents who want to participate, each receive a package with mandala coloring pictures, a letter with explanation and their own set of pencils or markers. They will soon make beautiful works of art from all the coloring pictures, which they will hang in the neighborhood rooms. The materials were donated by us. They were very happy with our support! 

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RTF Art Collection at the CODA Museum

RTF Art Collection at the CODA Museum

The Royal Talens Foundation owns an extensive art collection of over 200 pieces of art. From December 2021 till March 2022, a carefully selected collection of these pieces could be admired in the CODA museum in The Netherlands.
'Art for a Cause' SOS Children's Villages South Africa

'Art for a Cause' SOS Children's Villages South Africa

On March 19, at 4 locations of SOS Children's Villages South Africa, no fewer than 11 artists were painting together with the children.