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We are looking for 120 kind new monthly donors this month! Share resources. Pay it forward.

Organisations

At Arts Emergency, we create breakthroughs for young people with an abundance of talent but the odds stacked against them. Getting into any creative sector is hard, but it’s harder than ever for these underrepresented voices.

Corporate partners make a vital contribution to our work through donations and sharing opportunities with our Young Talent.

How can you help?

The best thing you can do right now is commit to funding young people’s places on our programme. Contact our Fundraising Manager Lucy to make a one-off or annual corporate gift.

There are lots of other ways you can help too:

  • offer a paid placement or paid internship
  • provide a work experience placement. We are pausing our Work Experience Programme this year (2024) while refresh our plans for the future but if your organisation can offer its own work experience programme, please share the opportunity and we will include it in our monthly newsletter to our Young Community
  • nominate Arts Emergency as your charity of the year
  • if you work at a drama school or conservatoire, offer free auditions for our Young Talent
  • encourage your colleagues to join the Arts Emergency Network
  • help us by donating free tickets or contact us about training for young people
  • offer payroll giving to your employees
  • encourage your employees to fundraise on our behalf
  • support our campaigns on social media
A black young woman in a beige t-shirt and a black young man wearing a black sweatshirt draw on a large flat piece of set for a play.
Daniel and Helia on work experience at Output Arts. Photo Tishon Nicholson.

Get in touch

We would love to hear from you if you can support our work, please email info@arts-emergency.org. We are a small team running a big project, but we will get back to you within 14 working days. In the meantime, please consider donating to ensure our Young Talent get their breakthrough into your industry.

Be generous. Now be more generous. Share your privilege.