South East Dance is a registered arts charity. We rely on the generosity of our supporters - people like you who are passionate about dance - to ensure the best dance by the most talented artists gets made, and that all people, regardless of their age, background or circumstances, have greater opportunities to enjoy and get actively involved in dance.
How to support us
There are so many ways you can support us, from being part of our journey helping us build our new home in the heart of Brighton & Hove, The Dance Space, to supporting specific elements of our community or artistic programmes.
Whether you’re an individual with a passion for dance, a philanthropic foundation with a mission to support the arts, a major corporation or a local business, we can evidence real impact across our portfolio of artistic and social programmes.
If you’re keen to develop and enhance your corporate social responsibility programme, increase commercial creativity and support the delivery of projects that bring about life-enhancing and transformative experiences, we would love to partner with you.
We are committed to celebrating and recognising all those who choose to support our work, and are happy to discuss the most appropriate form of accreditation, such as offering naming rights to a dance studio, a specific programme of work or outreach project.
Should you wish to make a lasting gift to support the generations of young dancers to come, we can establish a scholarship grant in your family name or make arrangements for a bespoke legacy endowment.
Don’t forget that, if you are a UK tax payer, Gift Aid lets us reclaim tax on the donations you make at no extra cost to you. This means for every £1 you give we can claim an extra 25 pence back from the taxman, making your gift worth even more!
Increasing the reach and impact of our community programmes, such as The Welcome Project in Brighton’s Queens Park and Tarner wards, working in partnership with Brooke Mead Extra Care Housing, Puffin Nursery, Brighton Youth Centre and Brighton Unemployed Centre Families Project.