I am a Social Entrepreneur, a Visual Artists Mentor and an Instagram Tutor.
I believe that Artists matter especially Women Artists.
I am living with the purpose to equip my Artists' Community and to help Visual Artists to #MakeInstagramWorkForYou, so you can "Live Work Create" in the studio.
THoTA already supports the artists' community
The House of The Artists gives free services to those in a difficult time:
- free Instagram services (THoTA Agency),
- free access to the courses in THoTA Instagram Academy,
- free access to the private THoTA Club (Academy + Instagram),
- free mentoring sessions.
To date, The House of The Artists already supported 17 artists for a total value of service of £ 4,430 (52.60% of revenue)
THoTA makes business differently
Hello every one,
I would like to take the opportunity of this new website to share with you some exciting news!
#throwback June 2015; I took the decision to launch a charitable online art gallery. Long story short, it did not happen yet. 🥴
Today, THoTA returns on the charitable track. However, the set-up of a charity is long in the making and very constraining.
Hence, I opt for a flexible structure that allows THoTA to grow as a company but also to share back to the artists’ community.
And, the best format is a social enterprise.
THoTA became a member of Social Enterprise UK because I believe, if we are to achieve a vision for our world that is fair, equitable, enterprising, prosperous and sustainable; we need to make social enterprise the normal way of doing business, rather than the exception.
28 August 2019, I was so proud to announce that THoTA is officially a "Certified Member" of the Social Enterprise directory in the UK. 🤘
And, I will participate in the Social Enterprise Campaign next 7-12 October 2019
😀 Buy Social for a Better World 😀
What is a social enterprise?
It is a company that makes business and re-invests part of its profits in activities that support a community or a registered charity.
👍 Learn with a "feeling good" factor 😀
The House of The Artists financially contributes to programmes that help artists in the world.
A good place to consider is for example Business for Good with international programmes that specifically help the creative communities.
My promise is that for every monthly THoTA Club membership; THoTA will give £ 1 to a charitable organisation.
And, the report will be displayed here 👇 so you can track the progresses about THoTA's support to "Dream A Dream".
Starting August 2019 and results to date is US$ 262.22:
Together, we will build a thriving community of artists!
About the organisation "Dream A Dream":
Founded in 1999, Dream A Dream is a registered charitable trust which seeks to empower children from vulnerable backgrounds by developing life skills and at the same time sensitising the community through active volunteering leading to a non-discriminatory society where unique differences are appreciated. Currently, Dream A Dream reaches out to over 1,500 children through an active network of over 1,000 community volunteers.
Art is a powerful medium for a child to develop critical life skills in a fun-filled, unobtrusive environment. Sponsor a child for a day of education program to learn art such as clay-modelling, puppetry and theatre. This helps children to value their uniqueness, appreciate their individuality, and build up their team skills, sense of worth, responsibility and discipline. The program provides a holistic approach in grooming children in becoming independent and responsible individuals in the future.
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