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Sitting at home is an Art!

Sitting at home is an Art!

Wednesday, June 24, 2020

In April, De Klup Apeldoorn organized together with us an online home art competition in which visitors to this special meeting place could participate.

It was called The Talens Home Art competition "Sitting at home is an art" All people with an intellectual disability from Apeldoorn and surroundings are allowed to participate. They were called upon to make something at home - from a drawing, painting or structure to a video or song, for example.

This competition has received immense publicity! All local radio stations and newspapers have paid attention to it. Our only real Els van Alphen:) was a jury member and she did this with a lot of passion and love!

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Other Projects of the Royal Talens Foundation

Ninos de Guatamala

Ninos de Guatamala

Ninos de Guatamala is an amazing organization in Guatemala. They have 2 elementary schools and 1 middle school in poor region of the country.
Buurtjam Arnhem - The Netherlands

Buurtjam Arnhem - The Netherlands

Two weeks ago hip-hophub and other sponsors organized an event in a shopping center in Arnhem. The day was mainly aimed at children who could express their creativity in this way.
Operation 'SCHOOL-BOX'

Operation 'SCHOOL-BOX'

On July 25th we got a message from a former stationary saleswoman. She told us she was setting up a collection for the affected schoolchildren in order to offer them a ‘normal’ return to school. They were trying to collect the necessary products for the children’s pencil cases and their lunch boxes. She called the operation ‘operation SCHOOL-BOX’.