For many of our members, SAVVY is their only avenue for social interaction and cultural engagement. It helps them to make friends, learn new skills, develop belief in themselves and enjoy their achievements.
SAVVY is a registered charity. We have no regular core funding and rely on project grants, ticket sales and donations, in order to maintain and develop our ongoing programme of youth and community work.
Our members come from some of the country's most disadvantaged communities and groups including adults with learning disabilities, young people with Social, Emotional & Mental Health (SEMH) challenges and people with mental health issues, at-risk of isolation, living in poverty or with direct experience of homelessness - and everyone in-between!
You can donate today from as little as £5 and it only takes a minute!
Your support will help us to continue our unique person-centred work with some of the most marginalised and vulnerable members of the community. Thank you for any contribution.
At SAVVY, we believe that everyone irrespective of their ability or circumstance should have access to high quality theatre. Our productions are adapted to show members unique abilities and are always lively, engaging and unconventional.
Make a Regular Donation
If you would like to know how you can make a regular contribution or would like to discuss sponsoring one of our upcoming projects, please contact our Development Director, Shuba Rao: firstname.lastname@example.org
Frances Rudgard, Humprey Rudgard, Luisa Hinchcliff, Mridula Kaul, Mark Sarfo, Brian Aris, Mark Middleton, Judith Edwards, Christine Turner, Charlotte Cooke, Angela Kail, Kerstin Garplid, Caroline Lane
Some of our past Funders
A huge thank you to everyone who has supported our work over the years.