We work with other organisations to deliver our grants and services. These organisations are:
Dancers Career Development supports dancers to successfully transition into alternative careers after retiring from professional performance.
The Equity Charitable Trust provides industry professionals with educational grants to retrain, re-qualify and obtain valuable new skill sets for those wanting to leave the profession or develop a second income stream.
The Royal Opera House Benevolent Fund provides confidential advice, emotional support and financial assistance to those past and present employees and their dependants of the Royal Opera House and Birmingham Royal Ballet who need help.
One Dance UK – offers advocacy support and advice to dancers throughout their dance career.
PiPA Parents in Performing Arts – working to campaign for parents working in theatre.
The Association of Charitable Organisations (formerly Association of Charity Officers) is the national UK umbrella body for Trusts and Foundations that give grants and welfare support to individuals in need. ACO was founded in 1946.
The National Institute of Dance Medicine and Science (NIDMS) aims to enhance dancers’ health, welbeing and performance through high quality scientific knowledge, evidence based practice and better, more affordable access to first class dance specific healthcare and dance science support services across the UK.