Central School Of Ballet


The Big Give Christmas Challenge is now live

Calendar Posted 3 December 2019

The Big Give Christmas Challenge is now live

Donate now at The Big Give to help change the lives of Central students in need.

Central School of Ballet is raising vital funding for hardship bursaries through The Big Give Christmas Challenge. This is a life-changing opportunity; all donations made through The Big Give will be doubled with twice the impact for our students.

Bursaries change lives

Our students say it best: “Bursary support allowed me to dedicate myself to my art-form, focus on my career as a dancer and put my energy towards my goals. Without the burden of financial stress, I can flourish and become the best artist I can be.” Central Student (Ladies).

Central saw the potential in us… will you?

Double your donation with The Big Give Christmas Challenge. The Big Give welcomes donations of all sizes from £5 to £5,000. Donate the amount of your choosing or support one of the examples below.

• £2,500 could fund a vital bursary for one undergraduate in need

• £500 could fund a vital bursary for one Associate School Preps/Pre-Senior pupil in need

• £100 could help one undergraduate purchase compulsory uniform for daily dance classes

• £45 could purchase a pair of pointe shoes/£25 could purchase a pair of dance shoes to help a student thrive in their training.

Whatever you decide to give, please know it will be truly appreciated and will make a practical difference to a student in need.

Thank you for supporting Central students

Central sends its heartfelt thanks for your continued support, commitment and enthusiasm. Together we can make the 2019 Christmas Challenge our best yet and change the lives of Central students in need.

Do keep in touch with Central’s progress in The Big Give on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram and help us get the word out to your colleagues, friends and wider networks.

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