Support Our Work
StoneCrabs is a registered charity and our extensive programme of work is only made possible by the kind support of grant-giving organisations, sponsors and donations from friends and supporters like you.
StoneCrabs delivers high-quality projects and performances of untold stories engaging at local, national and international levels. We produce socially engaging work that represents the diversity of the world we live in.
OUR MISSION IS TO:
Place underrepresented voices and untold stories centre stage whilst nourishing the next generation of theatre-makers.
And we do this by:
- Delivering theatre productions that tells untold stories, expose social issues and engages on dialogue that ask difficult questions;
- Delivering training to young people to empower and nourish them into future theatre makers/arts leaders; ·
- Delivering community projects/workshops that offers local people opportunities to engage with creative conversations and doings.
Ways to support our work
All donations, small or large, one-offs or regular are very welcome and appreciated.
If you want to support our work, you can do so by:
1. MAKING A ONE-OFF DONATION:
Via bank transfer to:
Account number 31883232
Sort code 400244
Or via PayPal
2. BECOMING A REGULAR DONOR:
For more information about how you can support our work regularly, please see Angels.
3. GIFT AID
Adding 25% more to your donation at no cost to you. A Gift Aid declaration allows StoneCrabs to claim tax back on eligible donations. It means that for every £1 you donate, we can claim back 25p, at no extra cost to you. Click here to fill out a Gift Aid form.
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If our mission and values resonate with you and if like us you want to see the diversity of the world we live in represented on our stages, please consider becoming a StoneCrabs Angel.
As a StoneCrabs Angel you will support our work with regular monthly donations. Any amount from £5 a month will have a huge impact and help us deliver high-quality artistic initiatives such as:
- Our flagship training programme: Directors in Practice, nurturing upcoming talent from diverse backgrounds, providing a pathway into theatre-making, otherwise out of reach to them.
- Out On An Island focusing on the untold heritage of the Isle of Wight LGBTQ+ community, reflecting and celebrating their social involvement, contributions, personal struggles and triumphs – fostering understanding, tolerance and cohesion.
The above are just two examples of the impact your support will have.
As a StoneCrabs Angel, you will be acknowledged on our communications including our website and show’s programmes. You will also be kept informed on the work we are producing and invited to all of our public events.
If you would like to become a StoneCrabs Angel, please contact us and we can help you set up a standing order.
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Easyfundraising works with over 2000 of the UK’s best-known retailers including many popular names such as Amazon, M&S, Argos, John Lewis and Vodafone.
Support us by:
- Going to our Easyfundraising page
- Choose to support StoneCrabs
- Create an account and go shopping
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StoneCrabs gratefully acknowledges the support of all our past & present funders:
Arts Council of England; Awards For All; Austin & Hope Pilkington Trust; Babur Brasserie; BBC Children In Need; BrazilianArtists.net; Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation; Canning House; Capital Community Foundation; Caramel Box; Czech Cultural Institute; Connecting Community Plus; Convoys Wharf; Daiwa Foundation; Deptford Challenge Trust; Docklands Light Railways; Embassy of Brazil; Embassy of Serbia; Embassy of Sweden; Ernest Cook Trust; FLAME; Foyle Foundation, Garfield Weston; Goethe Institute; Help A London Child (Capital Radio); Heritage Lottery Fund; Jack Petchey Foundation; Jungle Drums; Japan Foundation; The John Fernald Award/Equity Charitable Trust; Lewisham Arts; Londonschool Trust; Maria Kleinwort Trust; Mercer’s Company; MoneyMarket; New Diorama Theatre; Oval House; Opera Idiomas; Peter Minet Trust; Philip Bates Trust; Rist Consulting; Sasakawa Foundation; Sentiero; Silvia Waddilove Foundation UK; South Eastern Trains; Swiss Cultural Foundation; Tabi Arts; Unity Theatre Trust; Victoria Hall Foundation and the Woodward Trust.