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Breathe Arts Health Research

The Breathe Magic Programme was created to help young people with hemiplegia (a weakness or paralysis affecting one side of the body as a result of brain injury or stroke) through the art of magic.

The foundation uses specially designed Breathe Magic tricks to develop hand and arm function, cognitive abilities, self-confidence, and independence. This award-winning approach, backed by extensive research, gives young people access to 78 hours of intensive therapy and transforms them into young magicians. Specialist occupational therapists work alongside Magic Circle magicians to provide 1-to-1 therapy in a group setting, delivering interventions tailored to suit each young person’s particular needs.

Sea Containers London is an official partner with the Breathe Arts Health Research and in 2022 is committed to a number of activities including:

  • Hosting Summer Camp
  • Hosting Annual Showcase
  • Hosting Comedy Nights with Breathe Arts Health Research for the NHS
  • Wellbeing Support for our team through Creative Story Telling and Breathe Sessions

The Felix Project

1.5 million adults in London struggle to afford to eat every day, 400,000 children are at risk of missing the next meal. Meanwhile, our food industry generates 3 million tonnes of good, edible surplus food each year.

The Felix Project is a London-based food redistribution charity set up in 2016 to tackle both issues.

The organisation rescues good, surplus food from the food industry that cannot be sold and would otherwise go to waste. This is high-quality and nutritious, including a high proportion of fresh fruit and vegetables, baked goods, salads, meat, and fish. They collect or receive food from over 539 suppliers, including supermarkets, wholesalers, farms, restaurants, and delis. This is then sorted and delivered to almost 1000 front-line charities, primary schools, and holiday programmes in London. That way, food that would have gone to waste is reaching vulnerable people, homeless, people with mental health challenges or those who simply cannot afford to buy regular, healthy food

Sea Containers London has been a partner of the Felix Project since 2017 and contributes both through ready-made meals and team volunteering.

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