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Support Creative Access

Help Creative Access continue to change lives by donating your time, services or money

Creative Access’s work is only possible because of the support of numerous companies and individuals working in creative industries and beyond. We are delighted to have the support of so many committed partner organisations and individuals who invest their time, effort and money in helping us nurture the next generation of talent.

There are a number of ways you can support Creative Access:

BECOME AN EMPLOYER PARTER

Provide an opportunity for a talented individual to train at your organisation. Register to be an employer partner here.

BECOME A MENTOR

According to a recent OFCOM report, employees from an ethnic minority background are less likely to be trained or promoted. To that end, once our interns complete their traineeships, they graduate on to our Development Programme. This has two strands; Leadership Training for Emerging Leaders and a Mentoring Programme, where individuals are matched with a mentor from their chosen career profession. The aim is to support our alumni as they progress their careers.

There are no criteria for the mentors, just as long as you have lots of advice and are willing to commit to opening your networks and spending an hour every month with your mentee. We will provide you with guidance and you’ll be supported throughout the process if any questions arise from the mentorship.  If you are interested in becoming a mentor please follow this link to fill out a partnership form and we will do our best to match you as soon as possible.

DONATE TO CREATIVE ACCESS

Financial contributions, whatever the size, are gratefully received and play a vital role. Individuals or companies can make one-off or regular donations via:

  • By post with the following form
  • Debit or credit card, or using PayPal (click the Donate button below)

DONATE TO THE KHADIJA SAYE MEMORIAL FUND

Following the devastating news of the death of former intern Khadija Saye and her mother Mary Mendy in the fire at Grenfell Tower on June 14 2017, we began raising money to establish internships to encourage young people from disadvantaged backgrounds to pursue a career in the Arts. Through Creative Access, Khadija secured a role as an intern from July 2015 to March 2016 at London-based Arts charity, PEER UK. It is our hope that these internships will help transform lives and inspire other young BAME students who will become part of Khadija’s legacy. For more information, see here.

Individuals or companies can make one-off or regular donations via:

  • By post with the following form
  • Debit or credit card, or using PayPal (click the Donate button below)

To find out more about supporting Creative Access or the Khadija Saye Memorial Fund, please contact us here.