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Coming soon: The Big Give Christmas Challenge 2019

Calendar Posted 29 November 2019

Coming soon: The Big Give Christmas Challenge 2019

Get ready to double your donation when the Challenge goes live: midday Tuesday 03 December to midday Tuesday 10 December.

This year, Central School of Ballet is delighted to announce that we are taking part in the Big Give Christmas Challenge to raise vital funding for hardship bursaries for students in need.

This is a life-changing opportunity: all donations made through The Big Give, whilst the Challenge is live, will be doubled - with twice the impact for our students.

Bursaries help Central students in need to fund the cost of living and training in London. Central has a high percentage of students from lower income families, so bursaries help ensure access and equality, and challenge the perception of elitism in dance.

Central needs to raise £10,000 in The Big Give which, if we are successful, would be doubled to an amazing £20,000. This would fund 10 bursaries of £500 to help aspiring dancers prepare for vocational training in our Associate School (Preps and Pre-Seniors) and six bursaries of £2,500 for undergraduates studying towards our BA (Hons) in Professional Dance and Performance.

Get ready to show your support for Central students and double your donation when The Big Give goes live. Donations can be made anytime from midday Tuesday 03 December to midday Tuesday 10 December.

Get the word out. Can you help raise awareness of our Christmas Challenge campaign? Central would love to hear from you if you would like to share our campaign with your colleagues, friends and wider networks. Why not put up a poster, share our flyer, and support our social media campaign on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram?

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