Project Credits

WOWsers: A Creative Explosion is an exhibition supported by BBC Children In Need’s impact programme focused on children’s mental health, A Million & Me.
Thanks from everyone at WOW for making this project possible.


Project Manager: Lou Brodie

Project Facilitators: Cat Foley and Elora Tescari

We would like to say a huge thank you to all of the organisations that supported the young people to engage with WOWsers: A Creative Explosion:

  • Elgin Youth Development Group
  • Station House Media Unit
  • Women's Rape and Sexual Abuse Centre Dundee
  • The Loft Youth Project
  • Saffron young people’s project
  • Action for M.E
  • The Gifted Organisation Limited
  • Utopia Project CIC
  • Growing 2gether
  • The Old Quarry Adventure Playground
  • Clued Up Project
  • Northamptonshire Young Carers Service
  • Child Action North West
  • Venus, The Venus Centre , 215 Linacre Lane, Bootle , L20 6AD
  • Friends Families and Travellers - Community Base
  • Collective Encounters
  • Girls Can, Kainé Management Ltd
  • Spring Housing
  • Rowan Tree Dramatherapy
  • Hearing Dogs for Deaf People
  • Teentalk
  • Abergele Youth Shed
  • The Pankhurst Trust Manchester Women's Aid
  • GRACE Women's Development Centre
  • Kim Inspire
  • The Hackney Shed
  • Ray Ceredigion
  • Berwick Youth Project
  • Turning Tides Project
  • Women Connect First
  • Shantona Women and Family Centre
  • Bright Futures Young Women’s Project
  • Pankhurst Trust (Manchester Women’s Aid)
  • Autismable CIC
  • AVOW

If you or your group are interested in finding out more about the WOWsers programme, please contact hello@thewowfoundation.com

WOWsers: A Creative Explosion

Don't miss this digital exhibition created by girls and non-binary young people aged 8-16 years-old - a creative snapshot into the lives, concerns and passions of girls and non-binary young people living in Britain today.