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Donate to Déda and help us in our mission to enrich people’s lives with dance and the arts. We work with schools and community groups in Derby to improve education, health and wellbeing and social mobility with some of the hardest-to-reach groups in the city.
- £5 can help a disadvantaged child have their first arts experience
- £10 could help people who are living with Dementia attend a workshop
- £50 will support a community dance class for people who are at risk of falling
Dance and creative movement are fantastic in lots of ways - a great way to: engage with children who have difficulty in a traditional school setting; help to improve balance and stability in later life; reduce isolation and have a positive impact on people’s health and wellbeing.
We work hard to develop local talent, make our facilities affordable, and to reach the widest possible audience, however we rely on the generosity of our members, supporters and loyal audiences to help us do this.
Déda is a registered charity no. 1053633. We are regulated by the Fundraising Regulator.
If you can please tick the gift aid box. It means that for every pound you give, we can claim an additional 25p from the Inland Revenue, at no extra cost to you.
Find out more
You can find out more about our work with children and young people here
You can find out more about our work with adults here
As a registered charity, it is important for us to fundraise to secure a bright future for our organisation.
If you are interested in supporting Déda, you are most welcome to visit us and find out more about the work being carried out, what happens behind the scenes, and to attend or participate in events. Contact [email protected] to make an enquiry.
Déda brings dance and the arts to children and young people, older people, and underrepresented groups.Fundraising Appeals