to our supporters
Action on Hearing Loss collaborated with us on our Deaf Awareness screening and sponsored prizes of free cinema tickets and a bottle of bubbly.
As part of their arts festival, BBC screened our one minute film 'Humanz' which was the result of our free filmmaking project for the hard-to-reach.
Benugo kindly sponsored 96 bags of flavoured popcorn for our Halloween film night.
Bromley by Bow Centre sponsored their space for us to hold our first sign language workshop.
We work together with Cinema Bioscoop on improving access to cinema. They have also passed on some fantastic short films for us to screen.
To promote awareness, Deluxe Entertainment screened one of our short films at their private premiere of The Mummy at NBCUniversal.
With their experience and knowledge of accessibility in the arts, Incloodu continuously mentor us professionally and personally.
o2 Think Big helped us to kickstart our project with funding, a supportive online community and access to spaces.
For our film quiz night, Raindance sponsored a prize of two free places at their Saturday Film School, worth £119 each.
We were awarded a place at The School for Social Entrepreneurs which supports us with a learning programme, a grant, mentoring and a supportive community.
Social Ark helps us to develop our organisation through workshops, mentoring, funding, away days and additional support from our peers.
St. Margaret's House supports us in hosting our film screenings and workshops at their spaces.
For nearly two years, The Book Club generously sponsored their space every month for our events.
To help build our social venture, UnLtd supports us with funding, coaching, specialist advice from relevant experts and also provide access to training and events.