Challenging perceptions of learning disability through theatre

Hijinx is a registered charity whose vision is to have equality of opportunity and a rich cultural life for the Learning Disabled people we work with. Your donations can help with that, directly contributing to our projects.

“You build confidence. You build trust in yourself and what you can achieve. There’s no limits to what you can achieve [with Hijinx]. I’ve learnt that year on year.” Simon Richards, Actor, Asperger’s Syndrome

Examples of how your donation can help:

  • A one-off donation of £20 can provide vital materials for our one of our workshops
  • A regular donation of £5 per month will fund a bursary place on one of our Community Theatre groups
  • A donation of £60 will pay for an experienced drama practitioner to lead a session

To make a donation, click the button below.

If you’d like to make it a regular donation, tick the box saying “Make this a Monthly Donation” to set up a Direct Debit.


Make your donation go further…

You can make your donation mean even more to Hijinx with Gift Aid. When you Gift Aid, for every £1 you donate, we receive an extra 25p back from the government!! If you would like us to be able to claim gift aid on your donation, fill out this form and return it to us.  You will find our postal and email addresses on the Contact Us page.

PLEASE NOTE that any donations via credit or debit card are subject to a fee of 3.4% plus 20p (payments from bank accounts and PayPal funds are free) so the donation amount on the form should reflect this.

Thank you for your generosity!!



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