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Light up the stage for next generation

Light up the stage for next generation

Contact have taken the keys back from the builders, they've painted the walls and they can't wait to welcome you.

But before they do, they need your support to raise £20,000 to buy essential equipment and light up the stage for the next generation of artists, performers and change makers.

Since lockdown in March, they’ve been delivering music, drama and leadership projects online. Many of their participants are facing huge challenges in their home lives and have found this regular structure and contact invaluable.

Even though they can’t put on physical shows until next year, they want to re-open their building to support our young people in a safe way, providing face to face mentoring and creative opportunities.

Please help them at this final part of their journey by donating to our appeal, and make a real difference to the lives of young people in Greater Manchester today via the link below

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Published: 5-Nov-2020

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