• Tales of the New River
  • Speech Bubbles School Workshops
  • Laundry Boy
  • Interaction Theatre Group

Donations

We’ve been around for nearly 20 years, relying entirely on grants and donations to create the original, ground-breaking Inclusive theatre that addresses social issues and helps disabled people to find work in the arts.

Through our Theatre in Schools, Participation and Training programmes, we aim to make a difference.

Virgin Money Giving

You’ve been a supporter of Face Front but you’ve probably never thought that you could support us when you’re gone – by leaving us something in your will.

Everyone knows it’s important to make a will, to avoid complications and confusion among your relatives.

And many people leave some of their money to charity.

It’s a great way to continue your generosity – and help us continue our vital work in local communities with people who are socially and economically disadvantaged.

Donations help us make a difference 

Anything you leave us, large or small, helps Face Front to survive and grow.

You can choose to make a bequest to Face Front of a fixed amount or a proportion of your net estate after the payment of other bequests and expenses.

Have you ever considered supporting Face Front Inclusive Theatre in your Will?

Would you like to leave a gift that would continue our vital work in local communities with those who are socially and economically disadvantaged?

A gift that means your generosity can allow others to challenge boundaries and change their lives for the better.

Every single gift in your Will, however large or small, counts.

Leaving a legacy in your Will to Face Front will make a real difference.

Over the last 19 years Face Front has been a so much to so many including.

Making a Will

Including Face Front in a will is usually simple and can help limit the tax payable on your estate.

But making a will is a task for an expert and we advise you to consult a solicitor accountant or high street bank specialist for guidance.

It’s also a sensitive subject that you may want to discuss with your loved ones.

When you’re ready, we would be happy to discuss it with you, especially if you’re thinking of bequeathing land, property or belongings to Face Front.

To find out more please contact Face Front:

020 8350 3461 or email info@facefront.org

‘He is much more confident now, both speaking and listening and he works well and plays well with his peers – the difference from when he started is incredible.’

Teacher

‘Just wanted to email to say thank you so much for the performance this morning - it was absolutely excellent! The girls loved it. It touched upon so many important themes in such a sensitive way that the girls could understand clearly. I think they all took something away from it. Thanks again.’

Hazel Saunders Director of Learning - Year 9, Hornsey School For Girls

‘How on earth did you know that I could do it? I didn’t think I could do it, you have brought me out of my shell in a way I didn’t think was possible’.

Rose Disabled participant

'They got into their roles and led nearly 2 hours of entertainment, I was so impressed’.

Head teacher

'The play shows us not to bully, it was inspiring - however short or tall we are we can all believe in ourselves.' 

Student

Participant A was a shy local young man from a deprived background who struggled in education. He started as a participant in one of our community groups. After a few years and training on our Support Artist program, he is now co-leading projects and acting as a paid freelance theatre practitioner/actor and is much more confident in his life.

Participant B is a blind actor/singer and has performed in many Broken Silence productions. Ray James (Head Enfield Adult Services) said of this group: ‘This was a powerful and thought provoking drama with clear messages that challenge us to do everything that we can do to understand and prevent abuse (of Disabled people), while also supporting victims’.

Participant C is a young autistic man. For many years he and his Mum have attended InterAction for many years and describe the group as one of the most important activities they do together. After Determined and The Damned one participant said ‘There is no way we will top this one – it will go down in history!’


Face Front Inclusive Theatre | Limited Company No. 05154096 | Registered Charity No. 1116506
Main Office & Studio: 52 Market Square, Edmonton Green, London N9 0TZ - Telephone: 020 8350 3461

Email Face Front: info@facefront.org  

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