There are many ways you can support us or get involved, please click on the links below for more information.

As an individual you can make a single donation, set up a regular donation or organise a fundraising event. Every amount can make a difference.


Any donation to us via our JustGiving page would be extremely appreciated and assist contributing to our core programme of work enabling young people to fulfill their potential through the arts.


Gift Aid

If you are a UK Taxpayer you can also make a Gift Aid donation. These enable us to reclaim income tax on your donation (at no extra cost to you). With basic rate income tax, every £1 you donate will be worth £1.25 to Creative Youth. Find the Gift Aid form here.



When you shop online

If you shop online and would like to support us whilst you do so, check out the websites below which will donate to Creative Youth if you select us as your charity of choice. There is no additional cost to you as a shopper for either of these sites.

Easy Fundraising

Over 4,200 online shops and sites will donate to us for free when you shop with them via easyfundraising. This includes retailers such as John Lewis & Partners, Argos, eBay, Just Eat,, Uswitch and more.

It only takes 2 minutes to sign up and it’s completely free!

Support Creative Youth here

Amazon Smile

If you need to shop with Amazon, you can now support Creative Youth through AmazonSmile. AmazonSmile donates 0.5% of your eligible purchases on Amazon to a charity of your choice at no extra cost to you.

How it works

  1. Visit this link to support Creative Youth when using Amazon Smile
  2. You can use the same account on and The shopping cart and other account settings are also the same.

Our Partners & Supporters

Thank you
We’d like to say a huge thank you to everyone who has supported us so far, including our wonderful partner organisations. We couldn’t do it without you.

Access All Areas | Artsmark | Arts Fundraising & Philanthropy | Aztec | Achieving for Children | Air Charter Service | Brighton Fringe | Brighton Youth Centre/ B.Fest | Canadian Portland | Databac | Direct Colour | Elmbridge Borough Council | Foyle Foundation | Garfield Weston Foundation | Gisela Graham Foundation |  Glenmore House | Groundwork UK |  Jectus Trust | Kingston First | Martin Campbell | Mayor of Kingston | Mayor of London | Metro Bank | National Lottery Heritage Fund | Norwegian Embassy | Riverside Walk | Rose Theatre | Rose & Rose Solicitors | Rowan Bentall Trust | Santander UK Foundation Ltd | The Community Brain | The D’Oyly Carte Charitable Trust | The Humphrey Richardson Taylor Charitable Trust | The Lamb | The RC Sheriff Trust | Time & Leisure Magazine | William Walton and La Mortella Trust | Woody’s Bar & Kitchen

Thanks to the continued support from our partners, sponsors and supporters we have been giving young people opportunities not only as performers, but as event managers, producers, creators and innovators ensuring they have the best possible opportunity to have, including:

Anna Cunnyngham & Bob Phillips, Armelle Madelin & Haydn Haines, Ayesha & Chris Gould, Chris Kelly, Dominic Bull, Geoff Howard, Greg Harradine, Jarek Zaba, John & Mel Miles, Kat Hipsey, Kay Galbraith, Kim Darton, Leo Luis, Louise Wood, Loz Archer, Mary Heathcote, Mike Reed, Philippa Willes, Robbie Dobbie, Stephen Simpson, Simon Andrews and Simon ‘Tangle’ Adrians and Theo Bosanquet.