As a not-for-profit company FRONTLINEdance constantly fundraise and works very hard to make projects and productions happen mainly in the areas of PERFORMANCE. HEALTH. COMMUNITY. for d/DEAF, disabled and neurodivergent people. 

There are many ways in which you can help us to sustain and grow our work:

  • Sponsor us as a Company or one of our individual projects or programmes. Contact Rachael to discuss this further:
  • Fundraise for us! contact for a list of ideas
  • Sign up to Easy Fundraising – at no cost to you, every time you shop online you will raise funds for FRONTLINEdance: Click here
  • Like our Facebook page and follow us on Twitter
  • Tell your friends family and colleagues about us and make sure you share our news, events and workshops with as many people as you can share our films:
  • Attend and share info about our ‘Friends of FRONTLINEdance’ events
  • Join our Board – We are always open to hearing from people wanting to join us to help realise our future plans and maintain our present work.
  • Support us financially – every pound counts! Regular givers and one-off donations welcome

Why support us?

Our website and online social media presence provides lots of visual images to help you engage with out work. We have also written impact reports, which sit alongside external evaluations. Take a read and a look of some examples here:

become a friend of frontlinedance


We have a small and committed group who meet 4 to 6 times a year. They organise and run social events, raffles, loose change collections, sponsors and more besides. They are also advocates of FRONTLINEdance and help raise awareness of what we do.

The aim of ‘Friends Of’ is not just about raising funds, it is about providing opportunities for people to come together to socialise, have fun, and make new friends.

To hear more about how you can join Friends of FRONTLINEdance please get in touch:


You can make an online donation via our Peoples Fundraising page: FRONTLINEdance Peoples Fundraising Wall 

Or if you would prefer to set up a direct debit to our FRONTLINEdance bank account, please contact our office:

£4 will support a young disabled person to access one session
£48 will support a young disabled person to access a full term.
£144 will support a young disabled person to access for a whole year
£300 will provide 2 x personal and medical care support workers for 25 sessions for a child who couldn’t attend without it.
£2,000 will support Breakthrou’YOUTH dance for a full year
£12,000 will support a 10 day Tour to hospitals
will support employment of an integrated team of 2 part-time professional dancers (1 x disabled and 1 x non-disabled)


fundraise for us

By becoming a FRONTLINEdance fundraiser you can set up your own events and fundraising page.

If so, please get in touch - we'd love to hear from you.

easy fundraising

Sign up to Easy Fundraising – at no cost to you, and every time you shop online you will raise funds for FRONTLINEdance

Past fundraising:

Help us reach our target: A NEW ARTS FESTIVAL FOR STOKE-on-TRENT

We’re busy trying to fundraise for a new Disability Arts Festival that FRONTLINEdance will programme and lead, to take place in October 2019. It will have two strands: work made or performed by professional disabled artists, and bringing specially created art work and performances for hard to reach disabled communities (those who struggle with access, suitability, desire in attending).

We have already attracted some great partners, but would love for more to join us. If you are an organisation, venue, support group or charity who are wanting to support us, have your voice heard, or just want to take part then please get in touch 

Thanks to Appetite and Stoke-on-Trent City Council via their Community Arts Festival and Event Fund we’ve secured £3,000 so far. FRONTLINEdance are applying to grant giving bodies for the majority, but are looking at securing an addition £2,000 from other sources. This is to make sure our festival reaches PMLD groups: people with 'Profound and Multiple Learning Difficulties' (PMLD) have complex learning needs. In addition to their severe learning difficulties, they may have other significant difficulties, such as physical disabilities, sensory impairment or a severe medical condition.

More info to follow, but you can make a donation to this exciting and special cause here:

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