As a charity, we rely on the generous support of people like you.
We are the only theatre company for adults with learning disabilities and autism in Hackney, but we also make an impact on a national scale through our professional work and casting agency.
Your support will make a direct difference to the people we work with, allowing us to improve the skills and experiences of some of society's most vulnerable people.
Every donation changes lives for the better. It couldn't be simpler than that.
How can I make a difference?
Make a donation
We're a relatively small charity, so it's true: every little helps and every donation we receive is greatly appreciated.
What could my donation mean?
£40 would provide a one and a half hour music and movement session for someone with profound and multiple learning disabilities.
£120 would provide an emerging learning disabled or autistic artist with a day's worth of support from a Creative Enabler - a fellow but more experienced artist, who also provides access support.
Fundraise for us
Take a challenge and raise some cash!
We've been lucky enough to have had people do all sorts to help support Access All Areas.
You could support us by:
- running a marathon (or any length!)
- doing Tough Mudder
- doing a cycle ride
- climbing a mountain
- doing a sky dive
- holding a singathon - or perhaps a sponsored silence?
- cutting off your hair(!)
We can help you with sponsorship forms, setting up your online fundraising page, and can spread the word to all our followers.
Contact Max May (Operations Manager) for more information or click below to start fundraising!
Leave a legacy
Gifts to charity are tax-free, meaning 100% of the amount you specify will benefit your cause. Making a gift to Access All Areas could even reduce your overall tax liability.
Volunteer your time
Maybe you haven't got cash (or don't fancy jumping out a plane!) but still want to support Access All Areas. What then?
We still want to hear from you!
Perhaps you have a specialist skill, or work in an industry that would be really useful? Or you could volunteer on a project or here in the office? Or perhaps you have a space we could use, or stationery you could donate?
Get in touch with Max May, Operations Manager on firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0207 613 6445.