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Fundraising

Get involved by climbing to the top of Mount Kilimanjaro, taking on the True Grit 10km Obstacle Course, organising a Dance Zumbathon, or setting up a Pub Quiz. These are all ways in which our supporters have raised funds for ‘The Performing Arts Children’s Charity’.

Other popular methods of fundraising include: getting sponsored to participate in a bike ride, a sky diving challenge, or walking and running events – in fact if you are committed enough and can communicate that enthusiasm to enough people you can of course get sponsorship for almost anything.

Organising your own fundraising initiative through JustGiving is simple, fast and totally secure. Your details are safe with JustGiving – they’ll never sell them on or send unwanted emails. Once you donate, they’ll send your money directly to the charity and make sure Gift Aid is reclaimed on every eligible donation by a UK taxpayer. So it is the most efficient way to donate – raise more, whilst saving time.

If you’ve got any Fundraising ideas would like to hear them – Please call on 03000 309 897 or enquire online.

Parents Do Stagecoach

An ongoing campaign of Charity Fundraising with Stagecoach Theatre Arts has been running many years and sees parents, grandparents and guardians of Stagecoach students invited along to their local Stagecoach School and told they will be treated just like the children, taking part in all three disciplines of singing, dance and drama! And getting sponsorship for their efforts.

Because it’s a such fun day for all those involved and raises money for an excellent cause everyone benefits from Parents Do Stagecoach. Parents also have an opportunity to get to know the staff who teach their children and by taking part in the event gain a greater understanding of what ‘The Performing Arts Children’s Charity’ is all about!

So if your son or daughter goes to Stagecoach, or you are a Stagecoach student yourself, why not ask your Principal to hold a Parents Do Stagecoach day?

Volunteer

We actively welcome applications from people over the age of 16 who are keen to assist with our students.

We have a Volunteer Policy and you will receive training to prepare you for your time with us.

We welcome students who want to volunteer to work with us as part of the Duke of Edinburgh Awards or any other community awards scheme. Please contact us directly and we will be delighted to outline the roles of our volunteers. Call on 03000 309 897 or enquire online.