If you would like to become of patron of PWB and help organise fundraisers, host & promote us at your event, or attract large donors or become a large donor then please get in touch.
Learned.Live is a new online platform connecting Teachers and Students for live interactive online learning.
Learned.Live sees this partnership as a way to support PWB in this valuable work, especially since current restrictions have limited their activities this year. Along with many other charities, PWB have struggled with fundraising throughout the global pandemic and the PWB team are delighted with the support they will gain from this valuable partnership.
For the initial stage of the Learned.Live / PWB partnership, Learned.Live will donate all the profits from any booked course generated through the use of an exclusive PWB referral code. This code also grants the user a 20% discount on their first course. Find the referal code here.
You just need to “Join For Free” using referal code linked from the page above and you will automatically get 20% of the first course you book and PWB will get all other profits. You can also share this link with friends and family or share your own referral link and donate the 20% Gift Voucher you get to PWB if you want. Please see here for more about referring a firend discounts.
PWB would like to thank the NE London based Spinning @ circus arts club and chill out venue for its continued fabulous support. Spinning@ holds a Christmas party every year where we are the main beneficiaries of their amazing raffle. In 2016 & 2018 it raised over £1000 with amazing prizes of expensive circus equipment, festival and convention tickets worth over £100 and other donations of time, resources or useful kit. If you want to donate to the raffle then get in touch with them via the link above.
PWB would also like to thank PLAY festival their regular support at their gathering every year. We take our stall and run a raffle with the help of the local vendors and other fabulous people making generous donations. In 2018 we raised about £360 and had our stall and banner in a prominent position to raise awareness of our valuable work.
PWB is regularly at the British Juggling Convention (BJC) who support us by providing space for our stall and raising awareness on their websites and promotions. In 2019 we will be running a “Swop Shop” where people can bring their old circus equipment and we will sell it for them for a 10% surcharge that gets donated to PWB. We will also have our stall there so people can come and have a chat about our work, especially our new projects in the UK.
In 2019 we will attend the EJC which is in Newark in the UK.
Bristol Circus Jam are regular Patrons by joining the UBA fabulous club and donating at least £10 a month to the FAB500. They meet on Wednesday nights 8-10pm in All Hallows Hall, 13 All Hallows lane, Bristol and use any surplus money to make sure everyone there is UTTERLY covered in FABULOUSNESS!
Emma Kenna – invented the idea of a Hoop Star Charity Auction in Autumn 2018 run primarily on Facebook. She convinced 50 or so famous hoop stars to offer a lesson for people to bid on with the any money raised going to PWB. It raised over £1000 and will hopefully be a regular occurrence. She has style and she is very lovely too. Thankyou Emma!
PWB are pleased to announce that the Bristol based creators of transformative worlds and immersive experiences, ARCADIA SPECTACULAR have agreed to become official Patrons.
We launched our partnership in May 2017 with the opportunity to win 2 festival tickets to Love Saves the Day festival in Bristol. We would like to thank Arcadia and Love Saves the Day for their support.
We look forward to working closely with Arcadia on future promotions and fundraisers and developing our partnership further.
UPDATE: Arcadia are now focusing more on their own CIC called Arcadia Reach – current projects include the development of well drilling technology to improve water access in a remote part of Sierra Leone, collaborating with the local community to create a cycle of sustainable agriculture.
We wish them all the best with it and look forward to maybe collaborating in future.