LEAVE A LEGACY
Leaving a legacy in your will to a charity like ours is a wonderful thing to do. Thank you for thinking about it. You know that your will is an opportunity to protect the things you care for the most and we will make sure your legacy goes towards our frontline work championing expression as a human right.
Many people think that a legacy in a will has to be a large sum, but in reality it can be any size. You can leave a specific amount or a percentage of your estate. A gift from you, no matter what size, will help support refugee artists and strengthen communities long into the future.
If you need any help with leaving your legacy, please contact our Development Manager, Philip Cowell, on firstname.lastname@example.org
"I have not smiled, I have not laughed for eight years. Now I have come to Good Chance I can laugh. I can be happy." Good Chance participant, Calais
“Charities such as this are so necessary - giving refugees a space… to express themselves and be proud of what they create, seems just as important as food and a bed.” Good Chance workshop leader, Paris
LEAVING YOUR LEGACY
£100 will help us pay for one of the poles in our next Good Chance Dome, bringing people together to celebrate diverse cultures and stories.
£250 will help us run workshops for up to 30 people from refugee and migrant communities in painting, rapping, mime or dance, to name just a few!
£500 will help us keep a theatre dome open for a full day, welcoming people of all ages and genders from across the world into a place of creativity and community.
£1,000 will help us to put on one of our famous weekly Hope Shows. Performed to a public audience and featuring a cast of up to 40 people from refugee and migrant communities alongside local artists, Hope Shows are life affirming and transformative experiences for performers and audiences alike.
£5,000 will help us get our theatre dome built in a town or city where high levels of immigration have left people struggling and where expression is stifled.
£15,000 will help us create a Change the Word programme, bringing locals and refugees together to learn spoken word, puppetry and performance skills.
£30,000 will help us build our theatre dome for a week in a town or city and create an incredible programme of activities, workshops, events and performances bringing hundreds of people together to celebrate each other’s stories and cultures.