"It is vital that we protect the most vulnerable peoples on the planet."
Art and philanthropy
We use art to spread humanity. We aim to build a brighter future for our children. This is one of our three missions. We aim to make humanism a central issue in order to encourage people to take concrete action for vulnerable children all over the world.
Since 2009, the Free Spirit collective has been developing artistic projects to bring attention to vulnerable children including the children orphaned by AIDS in Africa.
In 2018, we decided to extend our mission by providing some support to vulnerable children in the world. To us, building a brighter future to children means helping them to get access to education, healthcare, clean water. It is also about providing them food, a home in order to help them to become real citizens in their countries. We plan to shape a more humane, far and generous world for young generations.
Connecting artists with non profit organizations
We want to change children’s lives. We support local and small organizations that protect and defend children’s rights, and to help them fulfil their potential, from early childhood through adolescence.
The Free Spirit collective offers its services to charitable organizations leading concrete actions to improve the vulnerable populations living conditions or to protect nature. The charitable organizations can thus take advantage of our artistic family’s talents to highlight their initiatives.
ART can change lives
Art can heal, art can motivate, art can support, art can make you smile, art can give you joy… Art can change lives. Dance, music, paintings, photography can bring a soul to a peaceful place; filled with harmony. We believe that children should access to any kind of art. Art is everywhere and it takes many differents shapes and colours. It has such positive impact on the brain, the spirit and the soul. Observing or practicing art is magic for the soul. One of our objectives is to advocate art as a spark to bring back smile on young people faces in the globe. We want to bring art to children facing illness. Also, art enables us to raise funds to support vulnerable children all over the world.
With our EMAJINARIUM show in 2018, we made a donation of $10,000 to the orphanage Coeur Celeste in Congo.
We also sent one of our artists called Lola, who is a nurse too, to a dispensary in India. She provided free of charge medical assistance to 1012 people (including children) within 5 weeks. Finally, art is being used as an agent of change to heal, to bridge gaps, to connect people and to give means of expression and a voice to those who might not otherwise have one.