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Thank you to our Funders in 2022 and 2024

Edgar E Lawley for supporting our Drama 4 Change Group

The Eveson Trust for funding  our Centre Stage drama  group  for Neurodivergent young people aged between 16-25 years for the running costs of this group for a year.

Little Lives Uk  Who funded  the setting up of our Little Slippers drama  group ages 7-10 years.

The High Sheriff of Herefordshire Sarah de Rohan for the kind donation towards Drama 4 Change.

The National Lottery Community award To Hire a Community Co Ordinator for a year to help with the smooth running of the organisation, weekly groups and community engagement.

The Peoples Postcode Lottery  The He said, She Said, They Said project a filmed and live performance of six plays about gender identity in Hereford.

BBC Children in Need Funding over 3 years to run Drama 4 Change free weekly drama group for 10-18 years.

The Beaumont Trust  To cover the cost of a Youth Engagement Officer to work with schools, youth groups and the harder to reach in Herefordshire


Drama 4 Change awarded £44,997 by BBC Children in Need

  We're delighted  to announce we’ve been awarded a grant of £44,997.00 over three years by BBC Children in Need. This grant will fund our drama group “Drama 4 Change” and help make a difference to the lives of children and young people facing disadvantage right here in Herefordshire.

We want to be able to reach out to young people in Herefordshire to those who would not normally access the arts due to social or financial disadvantage. “Drama 4 Change” will provide young people between the age of 10 years and 18 years with the skills, confidence and experience to feel positive about their futures whether its further education or a career. We want to help young people to realise their potential and to help them to reach their aspirations.

With the support of BBC Children in Need we will be able to provide young people with a free to attend drama group for 10-18-year-olds in Herefordshire. Drama 4 Change is led by professional drama practitioners who understand how engaging with Drama at a young age has the power to transform lives. The support from BBC Children in Need over the next three years will help us to make a difference and have a positive impact on young people’s wellbeing and self-esteem, providing young people with a platform to be creative, gain new skills and confidence whilst making new friends.
This support will help us to give young people a voice through issue-based drama, empowering them to educate others about issues that are important to young people and their communities.

Victoria Craig, Chairperson of The Cracked Slipper Company said; “We would not be able to reach out to the young people in Herefordshire without the support of BBC".
Children in Need. This grant will go on to change the lives of so many young people


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