A fund to help children undergoing therapy to attend art clubs has been started in Sheffield in memory of an art therapist who died of cancer.
The Joolz McLay Fund has been set up by her partner Andy Booth to help youngsters supported by the Sheffield Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service. Mr Booth, from Nether Edge, put the fund together after Joolz died of a rare type of lung cancer aged 45 in 2009.
He had the help of her former NHS colleagues as well as charity Zest, which is managing the fund.
Visit mydonate.bt.com/charities/zest to donate.