Over the past twenty five years, Futures Theatre have produced 40 shows, toured to over 100,000 young people and delivered 40+ training workshops to more than 800 individuals in the Social Care profession. This doesn’t begin to include our work with disadvantaged women, our collaborations with companies such as SE1 United and much, much more!
Unfortunately, such a successful track record of creating high-quality and challenging work does not translate to financial security.
This is where you can help us!
Nearly 50% of our income is generated through voluntary donation and it is only through this kind of support that we can get each project on to its feet. As we try to expand our reach within London and across the UK, this support will become even more vital.
There are many ways you can get involved in supporting the work of Futures Theatre. Any donation, no matter how small, can help us continue to deliver work of the highest quality and can ensure that we can continue to make a difference within the community. We work all year round so regular donations, regardless of size, are most appreciated.
We are always at the end of the phone, so give us a call if you would like to discuss how you can be involved in our work.
We would like to thank the following for their generous support:
Arts Council England – Grants for the Arts
Battersea Power Station Foundation
Big Lottery – Reaching Communities Fund
Chapman Charitable Foundation Elephant and Castle Community Fund
John Lyon’s Charity
John Thaw Foundation
Lloyds Bank Foundation -England and Wales Mrs Smith and Mount Trust
Newcomen Collett Foundation
S. E. Franklin Charity Trust No.3
Sir William Boreman’s Foundation
St Olave’s School Foundation
Sylvia Waddilove Foundation Team London Bridge, Building Communities Fund Tottenham Grammar Foundation
Unity Theatre Trust
WaCoCo Westminster Amalgamated Charity