Thanks to the collective efforts and support of our friends and partners like you, FATC's children made it to London!
From September 13th to 17th, 2023 following an invitation by Fundani|Vere Consultancy in collaboration with Theatre Train, our ensemble, from FATC’s Local Education in Arts (LEAP) programme participated in a once-in-a-lifetime event. our young LEAPers embarked on a transformative journey to London, made possible by the generosity of our responsive community. Your contributions not only facilitated logistical arrangements but also provided essential support for the children, turning their dream into a tangible reality. The trip unfolded as a captivating blend of learning and joy, encompassing scenic train rides and awe-inspiring visits to iconic landmarks.
Similar to us, our collaborators believe that every child deserves a chance to shine. Theatre Train is a renowned theatre-centred performing arts organization with a mission to nurture young talents. Fundani, is an organization committed to facilitating opportunities for young people through literacy and performance based programmes. With your support, alongside Fundani and Theatre Train, our LEAPers immersed themselves in world-class theatre productions, culminating in a magical performance at The Royal Albert Hall. The profound impact of this experience extends beyond the tangible, nurturing self-confidence, creativity, and a profound sense of belonging among our LEAPers. We have no doubt that your investment has set in motion a timeless ripple effect, inspiring these young minds to dream bigger.
We express our sincerest gratitude for your belief in the transformative power of education, arts, and cultural exchange. Your support has not merely enabled a trip; it has ignited a passion for learning, broadened horizons, and empowered these young souls to aspire to greater heights.
Cheers to you, our community, for your steadfast support, and here's to the enduring impact of shared dreams and generosity!
10 July 2023
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