How you can help us!


  • Helium Arts’ Remote Teen Summer Camp

    15th July, 2021

    This summer, we are delighted to announce our new ‘Wild and Wonderful Forms’ remote teen summer camp which will…

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  • Clare Visual Art Summer Camp

    30th June, 2021

    Do you know a child in the Clare area living with long term health conditions who enjoys art work…

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  • Helium Arts is seeking volunteers

    17th June, 2021

    Helium Arts is seeking volunteers to support the delivery of creative workshops for children living with long-term…

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  • Helium Arts is currently recruiting for a part-time position of Family Liaison

    9th June, 2021

    Helium Arts is currently recruiting for a part-time position of Family Liaison to join our team, based in our…

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  • Launch of our Social Return on Investment Study

    17th May, 2021

    We’re delighted to launch the results of our recent Social Return on Investment study carried out by S3 Solutions….

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  • Winter Distance Creates Remote Programme

    1st March, 2021

    Throughout the cold winter months of 2020, our Distance Creates…

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Helium Arts is a registered charity and compliant with the requirements of the Charities Regulator, the national regulatory authority for charities in Ireland


CHY Number: 19236
Registered Charity Number (RCN): 20075200
Companies Registration Office: 486621


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Helium Arts
Top Floor
22 Pearse Street
Co. Westmeath
N91 VYP0



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