With KETMET Grab&Grow we added a creative, qualitative and accessible offer to KETMET. The project aimed to reach out to children and families who do not have access to the traditional after-school activities. During the week of the All Saints' Holidays, 75 children enjoyed themselves every day!
In addition to an accessible KETMET play offer, this new project offers underprivileged children an opportunity to immerse themselves in different artistic domains, discover hidden talents and develop themselves further. In the morning, under the guidance of our experienced activity leaders, they could start playing on the PLAYBOXEN freely.
In the afternoon, everyone went to their chosen workshop.
During the weeks preceding the week of Grab&Grow, the children could come and taste the different workshops during our weekly KETMET offer, in order to make a good choice!
With this project, we hope to bridge the gap between the offer and the parents, so that they can find their way more easily to a varied after-school activities.
It turned out to be a fantastic week, partly thanks to the many partners who realised this together with us!
Among others, there was a theatre workshop supervised by the theatrical duo Laye&Nabil and a workshop with hobby horses by the fantastic Micha Goldberg. The Molenbeek Rebels brought their basketball skills and Cureghem Boxing Academy provided real boxing gloves and a lot of punches! Bozar took creativity to the next level with the createbox. Penelope provided us with beats, music and cool dance moves. Orfeo added some music and capoeira, to make this week a true success! When parents came to pick up their children, they left with happy, proud faces.
This project was realised with the support of the BNP Paribas Fortis Foundation, managed by the King Baudouin Foundation.