Wac Arts is a charity, which has served the local community for more than 40 years and we rely on fundraising, as well as earning income through the hire of studios and rehearsal rooms. One of the challenges of Coronavirus is that we will be unable to hire our spaces and earn much needed income. If you feel able to make a donation, no matter how large or small, we would be extremely grateful. The easiest way to do so is through Just Giving. You might prefer to speak to a member of the team who are all now working at home. If so please either email Darius Khwaja, the Chief Executive, Darius.Khwaja@WacArts.co.uk or contact any of the philanthropy team via Philanthropy@WacArts.co.uk.
With thanks in advance for your invaluable support at this critical time.
“Wac Arts is where young artists connect.”
Sola, Wac Arts Young Person
Make a one-off donation
Wac Arts celebrates inclusivity and diversity, working to engage all young people in the performing arts no matter their background or circumstance. Through your donation, you can help emerging artists like Sola experience the arts, equipping them to make positive choices for themselves and find routes into employment. All donations, regardless of size, go directly to providing performing arts and media classes for those who need it most.
You can support us by making a one-off donation by clicking the Just Giving button below, or click here to set up a regular donation by joining our Supporting Cast.
How do your donation help?
For more information on donating, contact us at 020 7692 5806 or email Philanthropy@WacArts.co.uk
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Join our supporting cast and together we can nurture young people’s potential through the power of the arts. All donations, regardless of size, go directly to providing performing arts and media classes for those who need it most.
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“I can’t express enough that if it wasn’t for Wac Arts I wouldn’t be where I am today. I owe it my whole career.”
“Wac Arts is a place of artistic integrity – they’re supportive and take care of you as a person.”
2012 MOBO award winner
“Wac Arts was a gift to kids like me. It was a route out of – it sounds like a bit of a cliché – the ghetto.”