Give Big for The Becton Centre

We have an amazing opportunity to provide The Becton Centre with a programme of enriching Art+ sessions over the school holidays.

Let's support young people's mental health

We have an amazing opportunity to offer the children and young people at The Becton Centre a year of restorative creative workshops over to school holiday periods. 

The Becton Centre is a state-of-the-art centre for children and young adults with serious and complex mental health issues.

We're working with Big Give, a match funding organisation, who will double your donation. 

The Charity-funded arts programme, Art+, help to boost positivity, empowerment, and provide gentle distraction for patients at Sheffield Children's. With your help, they will create a tailor-made programme of sessions with local creatives for patients at The Becton Centre over the school holiday period.

Any donation you make will be doubled by Big Give, so Give Big for Sheffield Children's this summer. We have two weeks to reach £2500 to fund the programme this summer. 

Will you help us make a difference for young people at The Becton Centre?

The Becton Centre

The Becton Centre for Children and Young People is a state-of-the-art centre for children and young adults, across the UK, with serious and complex mental health issues. The Centre, part of Sheffield Children’s, offers inpatient services as well as community child and adolescent mental health service (CAMHS).

Where will my money go?

All funds raised by supporters who choose to donate to Give Big for Becton will be supporting The Children's Hospital Charity's Becton campaign. Our goal is to raise £2500, which will be doubled by match-funding organisation, Big Give.

This money will be used to fund a year-long programme of creative school-holiday sessions, curated by the Charity's Art+ team, which will offer the children and young people at The Becton Centre a range of different activities to engage their minds and bodies. 

Art+ Workshop Activities

Art+ provide creative respite for staff and patients by curating creative sessions with experienced artists. From dog life drawing, garden planting and growing, to music making, they're experts in empowering young people to find their flow with creativity.