The Legacy Fund of from the Cultural Partnership: more arts.

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The 'more arts.' Legacy Fund

'more arts.' has a special fund set aside to help fund activities which will benefit people in the local area who have a variety of complex needs.

The 'more arts.' Legacy Fund supports the most vulnerable and at risk young people in our community by developing life skills through the creative process.

If you are a local artist, or a teacher of performing arts, or have any active involvement with the 'arts', and you have a programme of arts activities designed to help vulnerable young people, we may be able to help you. You can apply for financial support from the 'more arts.' Legacy Arts Fund.

Use one of these forms to apply for funding:

Information on the form shows how to submit your request for funding. If you have any questions, do please feel free to contact us.

 

 

More Arts promotes arts throughout Wokingham Borough Visit The Dingley's Promise website

'more arts.' LEGACY FUND SUCCESS STORY

Read a report of the visit

From our Legacy Fund (voluntary donations from our Local Arts Loan Programme) The Cultural Partnership funds projects to help vulnerable young people in the local area.

Towards the end of 2015, 'more arts.' made a grant to the Wokingham Centre of Dingley's Promise (a recognised provider of life-changing support to under 5s with additional needs and disabilities, and their families) so that the children could work with a local artist in the creation of artwork. Last week (end May 2016), the Chair of the Arts & Cultural Committee, Councillor Gwynneth Hewetson, visited Dingley to view the exhibition of the various artistic creations that resulted from that project.

Read the full report of the visit.

To find out more about the 'more arts.' Legacy Fund, including a form to apply for funding, go to the About Us page and see how you may be able to benefit.

More Arts promotes arts throughout Wokingham Borough Visit The Hands-On Company website

'more arts.' LEGACY FUND SUCCESS STORY

From our Legacy Fund (voluntary donations from our Local Arts Loan Programme) The Cultural Partnership funds projects to help vulnerable young people in the local area.

A recent project we funded was delivered by The Hands-On Company working with Just Around the Corner (JAC). The Hands-On Company uses puppetry to help build confidence in young people. Read more about the Hands-On and JAC Project.

To find out more about the 'more arts.' Legacy Fund, including a form to apply for funding, go to the About Us page and see how you may be able to benefit.