Play for Progress (charity no. 1166328) delivers and develops therapeutic and educational music and arts programmes, advocacy, and well-being support for traumatised and socially-isolated unaccompanied minor refugees based in London.
We are a family.
We develop strong relationships with traumatised and socially-isolated unaccompanied minor asylum-seekers and refugees by delivering weekly therapeutic and educational music and arts programmes.
We help young people in the midst of complex cases out of crisis by providing emotional and practical support.
We connect, collaborate, and share knowledge on best-practices with external communities and networks to ensure our young people can develop routes for long-term success.
Students’ confidence and creative voices
Personal, social & practical skills
Trusting, reliable, positive relationships with adults and peers alike
Abuse of young people within the system resulting from lack of oversight
Deterioration of mental health in some young people who are on long waiting lists for assistance
A stable and dynamic community that adjusts to address different needs
Supplemental support for survival, education, and connection
Students harness tools to overcome adversity, trauma, and stress
Guide the arts and therapeutic industries in utilising best practice when working with this vulnerable community