Credo, our Creative Arts Project team, attended an interview at the Markel offices this week to discuss their #3rdSectorCareAwards nomination.
The team talked about Credo’s aims and objectives when teaching ceramics, and the importance of establishing a safe environment where everyone is welcomed and treated with respect.
Jehan explained the diverse services and support that Credo offers to its students, as well as the positive impact they have when working in partnership with other organisations.
Kay, a Credo volunteer and student, shared her personal experiences, including her own story and creative challenges. She shared how vital her continued attendance at Credo as a student and volunteer is to her wellbeing.
Jo then went on to discuss the financials and funding of the project, concluding with Credo’s visions for the near future.
The three panel judges were delighted by Credo’s ethos and the impact that is has on the people who use the service, just as much as they were enthralled with Kay’s ceramic piece that she brought along to showcase.
An incredible triumph for the Credo team – we are wishing them the best of luck at the 3rd Sector Care Awards.