Social Arts Festival is a showcase of performing arts exhibitions that highlight social inequality and violations of human rights.
This virtual and in-person event is a platform for professional and amateur artists who can craft their own art in any form of dance, circus, theatre, music or film to create a visual performance, and share it with an audience.
It is a fundraising event to support every year a different cause and show solidarity against any form of injustice and inequality through the performing arts.
– not for profit – by donation – event accessible to everyone to perform and watch
– unique and one of a kind event which covers performing, visual arts and human rights
– the programme consists of a variety of performances such as dance, aerial, theatre, music, film, story telling, and many more
– a team of volunteers is supporting the event to make it outstanding and interesting
– SAF has been run annually since 2018 and we intend to expand internationally every year in both as an online and a physical event.
– we are raising money for a cause each year
We supported below charities in past three years:
The last time May 2020 we fundraised for a charity: World Heath Organisation “WHO” to help fight coronavirus.
The world has never faced a crisis like COVID-19. The pandemic is impacting communities everywhere. It’s never been more urgent to support the global response, led by the World Health Organization (WHO).
Donations support WHO’s work, including with partners, to track and understand the spread of the virus; to ensure patients get the care they need and frontline workers get essential supplies and information; and to accelerate research and development of a vaccine and treatments for all who need them.
2019 “Black Women Rising” is a charity based in London which brings awareness of cancer in the ethnical minority of females of colour.
2018 “Room to heal” is a human rights charity and therapeutic community based in London which supports refugees and asylum seekers who have survived torture, trafficking and other gross human rights abuses to rebuild their lives in exile through an integrated programme of therapeutic and casework assistance.
By donating you support the Social Arts Festival Fund and the cause we fundraise for each year.
The Festival is organised in collaboration with FlowMove – a movement and well-being company, the performing arts association LCP Dance Theatre – award winner for the best human rights choreographies founded by Joanna Puchala.
Award Sponsor :The Minded Institute World leading Yoga Therapy Institute
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We are fundraising for an annual non-profit event – Social Arts Festival.
Every penny of your donation will help make the event happen and support the cause: refugees, asylum seekers, cancer victims, NHS workers to make the world a better place.
Thank you for you contribution and support. Because of you we all make a difference to this world.
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We also appreciate any support in kind to give awards to the performers – get in touch if you would like to support us in this way: email@example.com
Social Arts Festival
Founder – Joanna Puchala