Support for our work within rural communities is vital to ensure that isolated people of all ages have an opportunity to come together in a familiar, friendly environment. We want to ensure that future generations continue to have access to the arts and are not restricted to these opportunities because of their geographic location.
As a registered charity, NTC relies on financial help from friends, donors, trusts and foundations and other supporters to enable us to keep our productions affordable for smaller communities.
Did you know that a £1,000 donation is currently worth £1,250 to us with gift aid can be claimed?
Our Friends and Family scheme is a perfect way to support the work we do on an annual basis and be rewarded with benefits such as free tickets and chances to meet the team! If you are interested in supporting us through the Friends and Family Scheme you can find more details by clicking here
and you can access the membership form here.
If you would like make a one off donation or give a slightly larger sum, we are registered with The Big Give. It is very simple and secure to donate via their website. Please click here
to be directed straight to the donation page.
If you are interested in leaving a legacy to NTC you can read more about this here.
Finally you can even help us out by treating yourself! If you are planning to do any internet shopping go via our Easy Fundraising page and a percentage of your purchase will come to us! It doesn’t cost you anything extra, all you have to do is register your details and search for your preferred retailer. There are hundreds of retailers on the site from Apple, Amazon, John Lewis, Marks and Spencer and N Power through to car and home insurance providers! Click here
to go to the site and start helping us!
All donations are very gratefully received and will go towards NTC's future work in your community. Thank you very much to all of our kind supporters, financial or otherwise.
We would like to thank the following supporters:
Trusts, Foundations and Funding Bodies
Arts Council England, Northumberland County Council, The Joicey Trust, Alnwick Town Council, Foyle Foundation, Sir James Knott Trust, D’Oyly Carte Charitable Trust, The Smith (Haltwhistle and District) Charitable Trust, Hadrian Trust, Carr-Ellison Family Charitable Trust, Alnmouth Parish Council, Wall Parish Council, Capheaton Town Council, The William Leech Charity Trust, The J. H. Burn Charity Trust, St Hilda's Trust, The Northern Angel Fund for Berwick, The Ballinger Charitable Trust, The Barbour Foundation, The Boris Karloff Charitable Foundation, The Cooperative Membership Community Fund, The Garrick Charitable Trust, The Golsoncott Foundation, The Leche Trust and The Mercers Charitable Foundation to name but a few.
Keith and Siné Campbell, Jeanette Carr, Colin Jones, David Shipley, David & Helmar Hurrell, Pamela-Jane Harding, Rosalind & Richard Maudsley, Brian & Audrey Mattinson, Carol Jagger, Helen & Philip Coyne, Chris Monks and Janine Birkett, Bob and Susan Shannon, Simon Richardson, Robin Wilson and Pauline Fox.
We would like to say a big thank you to all the people who have supported us throughout this challenging year, without you, our audience and supporters, we would be nothing.
In Kind Supporters
All about NTC
A day in the life of an NTC actor
In support of touring theatre
Traineeship with NTC
A Journey with the Gallows [PDF]
Give with Confidence
As a member of the Fundraising Standards Board (FRSB), NTC has made a public promise to adhere to best practice, honesty, transparency, clarity and accountability in all fundraising activity, enabling you to give with confidence.