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Art Is The Cure cares deeply about the community we are trying to grow and we care about the information you share and trust with us when joining, purchasing and communicating with us. 


We collect personal information when you voluntarily submit it to us. For example, supporters may provide us with personal information (such as name, address, email address, telephone numbers, date of birth and/or credit/debit card information). If a supporter, or a website visitor, contacts us by email, they may provide us with their email address and name. If a supporter visits our online store and purchases AITC products, they will be required to also provide personal information required to process their order (such as name, address, email address, telephone numbers, date of birth and/or credit/debit card information). Providing data is required in these contexts in order for us to process your donations, online store orders, requests, or respond to inquiries. Personal information shared with our team may also be logged in a secure database in an effort to further serve you as a supporter or person in need of resources.


We collect and use personal information to ensure that we can manage our relationships with supporters as we grow this community. We want to grow a movement and your involvement is key to AITC achieving its goals of inspiring as many people as possible around the world. This open communication will allow us to share stories, updates, news and events with everyone who wishes to participate in the AITC community.


Our website may contain links to other Web sites. Please note that when you click on one of these links, you are entering another site that is governed by that site’s privacy policy.




Art Is The Cure does not hold responsibility for the act of criminal damage in the name of this organisation. AITC may provide inspiration and templates to create stencils and promotional material that can be used to create artwork and street art but we only encourage you to paint in a safe, legal way. There are legal areas all over the world to create street art and graffiti and we encourage you to find your local legal graffiti areas that are supported by local councils and businesses. 


Art Is The Cure is not run by registered therapists or medical practitioners. We are an artist run organisation that supports the use of creative therapy and encourages its supporters to use art in a positive, personal way. If medical advise is needed, we strongly encourage you to reach out to your doctors or find a registered therapist who can offer safe, professional advice and support. A list of registered therapists and organisations who can offer help will be listed on this website.


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