Embracing Arts Launches The BIG Donate Fundraiser

Kent's ‘Children’s Charity of the Year’, Embracing Arts, Launches Innovative Fundraising Initiative to Support Inclusive Arts Access The BIG Donate: Empowering Simple Acts of Giving

Kent's ‘Children’s Charity of the Year’, Embracing Arts, Launches Innovative Fundraising Initiative to Support Inclusive Arts Access
www.embracingarts.org.uk

Embracing Arts, honored as Kent’s ‘Children’s Charity of the Year’, is set to launch a unique fundraising campaign called The BIG Donate. This initiative aims to support their mission of making inclusive arts more accessible to all children, regardless of their needs or limitations.

Campaign Details:

About Embracing Arts: Based in Faversham, Kent, Embracing Arts provides tailored shows, theatre-based workshops, and parties for children with additional and complex needs as well as those with life-limiting illnesses. Their services are specially designed to be accessible in SEND (Special Educational Needs and Disabilities) schools and children’s hospices, reaching children who are often excluded from traditional arts venues and mainstream shows.

www.embracingarts.org.uk
www.embracingarts.org.uk

The BIG Donate Initiative: The BIG Donate is built on the idea that everyone can contribute to charitable causes through simple, everyday actions. This campaign encourages participants to:

  • SWAP: Make coffee at home for a week and donate the money usually spent on cappuccinos.
  • SERVICE: Offer a service and donate the earnings.
  • SELL: Sell items they own or make and donate the proceeds.

These straightforward actions allow people to support Embracing Arts without the need for large, organized events, making it easier for everyone to contribute.

Call to Action: “Whatever you choose to do: DONATE!!!”

The BIG Donate aims to raise both funds and awareness for Embracing Arts, ensuring that children who are often excluded from traditional arts can experience the joy and enrichment that inclusive arts provide. Join the movement from 8th to 12th July 2024 and make a difference in the lives of children who need it most.

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