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Community Fundraising

Raise Your Hands

We’re delighted to be selected as one of the chosen charities of Raise Your Hands. Raise Your Hands is a community that supports highly effective and innovative small charities

Our mission is to provide a sustainable source of funding for effective small charities that work with young people. We research and select highly effective charities and support them by raising money for them and raising their profile.

To find out more visit www.raiseyourhands.org.uk

If you or your community organisation can help raise money to support our work, we would love to hear from you.  We are open to any creative community fundraising ideas you might have.  Please contact Gayle Bryans, Head of Development on This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  or call 020 7632 4120.

Past Examples

A Night Like This

Mousetrap's Head of Development, Gayle Bryans, and a group of her musical theatre friends, raised £4,000 over two evenings in 2015, by putting on a cabaret show, A Night Like This, at Proud Camden.  

A Musical Marathon 

Wayne Burke, a regular volunteer for Mousetrap, ran the Stockholm Marathon in 2014 and put on a musical review evening with friends to raise money for us and Royal Marsden.  He raised £1,500 for Mousetrap. 

Wedding Anniversary celebrations

Two of our Theatre Guardians celebrated their wedding anniversay with a big party and asked their guests not to bring gifts but to make a donation to Mousetrap Theatre Projects instead. 

A Marathon Effort

In 2013, Chris Ryan, Commercial Director of Encore Tickets, ran the London Marathon for Mousetrap Theatre Projects. The support from London’s Theatreland was tremendous and he raised nearly £4,000

Sedos Charity of the Year 2012

Sedos is an amateur theatre group in central London resident at the Bridewell Theatre. In 2012, one performance of each production was designated as Charity Night with 50% of the ticket sales donated to Mousetrap, raising £3,600. 


Contact Us

Mousetrap Theatre Projects
33 Shaftesbury Avenue,

Visitors: Entrance is on Rupert Street

t: 020 7632 4111
e: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Registered charity number 1053434

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