South East Dance needs your support.
South East Dance is a registered charity. We receive funding from Arts Council England, local authorities, and other funding organisations.
But we also need to raise money from people who want to support the valuable work we do.
Every donation we receive is matched £ for £...
This is thanks to Arts Council England's Catalyst Programme. Plus if you 'Gift Aid' it we will get an extra 25p per every £1.
There are many ways in which you can support us:
Your donation will enable us to work with artists and communities, ensuring an active and vibrant platform for dance in the South East.
- You can make a donation online by visiting our Donations page.
Donate by Text
- Alternatively you can text SEDD13 plus your amount (anything between £1 and £10) to 70070 to donate to South East Dance and make a difference today.
*Your donation will be deducted from your mobile phone bill. Standard text message rate applies. South East Dance will receive 100% of your donation.
Donate by Post
- We also accept cheques by post, please make cheques payable to South East Dance ltd and sent to our head office address at the bottom of the page.
Donate by Phone
- We accept credit card payments over the telephone, please call Lauren Proto on 01273 696844.
Thank you for your support, any donations of £100 or more will be formally thanked on the Supporters page of our web site.
If you click through this site when you shop online, a percentage of your spend will be donated to South East Dance. You don't pay more, it's quick and easy to sign up to and you can even save money with their special offers and voucher codes. Click on the logo, create an account, pick South East Dance as your charity and off you go!
When it comes to leaving gifts to others in your will, naturally those closest to you come first in your thoughts.
Increasingly, people are also taking time to think about leaving gifts to charities whose work they value. A gift made to South East Dance in your will makes a significant contribution to our future, to the development of dance for artists and communities across the South East.
The Government are encouraging people to give more to charitable causes. Any estate that leaves at least 10% to a charitable or cultural cause will be able to take advantage of a cut in Inheritance Tax.