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A performance of Maud’s Map at St Francis Primary School. An actor is holding a puppet and an audience of primary school pupils are sitting watching with their arms outstretched.

Trusts and Foundations

The support we receive from Trusts and Foundations is vital to ensure our work engages the widest range of people through performance and participation. 

We believe that everyone should have the opportunity to take part in high quality creative opportunities and that theatre is for all.  

If you are from a trust or foundation, then we’d love to work with you. We want to help turn your donation into real life impact. 

Each year, we work with over 30,000 community participants through a variety of community initiatives and one-off projects, creating life-changing experiences for participants dealing with all kinds of complex issues, from disability to homelessness, addiction recovery to long-term unemployment. 

We are committed to using creativity as a vehicle for social change and the support we receive from trusts and foundations is fundamental to enabling us to continue this important work.  

Your funding helps us to plan for the future and ensure we continue to deliver the very best theatre and community projects for people from all walks of life.  

A classroom. Two girls are playing with a woman in a citizens theatre tshirt.

Our participation and community engagement programmes are made possible by: 

CMS Charitable Trust
Glasgow Buildings Preservation Trust
Glasgow City Health & Social Care Partnership
Glasgow Community Health & Wellbeing Fund
Life Changes Trust
Scottish Government
Sylvia Aitken Charitable Trust
The National Lottery Community Fund (Young Start)
The Stafford Trust
The William Syson Foundation 

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A stage show. Women wearing striped tops and floral swimming caps. They are standing in row with their arms outstreched.

Get in touch

To discuss our Participate work specifically, please get in touch with our Development Manager for Community Engagement, Nichol Gray