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  • Striving for better environmental management, community empowerment, and livelihood improvement using tree-planting as an entry point.
  • Using GBM’s Watershed Based Approach communities help to conserve biodiversity, restore ecosystems, and reduce the impact of climate change. GBM relies on its network of over 4000 community groups to deliver its watershed based approach. Our core values of volunteering in-service to your community help to inspire protection of public spaces for present and future generations.
  • CEE encourages communities to come together, take action, and stand up for their rights. CEE educates communities about the positive impacts of tree planting; and provides practical learning for communities on how to create sustainable livelihoods through: Food Security and Water Harvesting; Gender and Leadership; and Climate Change.
  • Their vision is for an active and successful sporting county before, during and after the London 2012 Games. Theiraim is to create a ‘single system’ whereby all agencies work together more effectively to widen access, increase participation, create clear pathways and improve levels of performance in sport and physical activity.
  • Support UsWhile many people know that the National Theatre is one of the world's leading theatre producers, not many know that it is also a registered charity. As such our enormously generous supporters help the National on its three stages and far beyond
  • The National Theatre offers extraordinary resources for lifelong learning about and through theatre.Through imaginative and innovative in-school, on-site and online activities, NT Learning opens up the National's repertoire, artistry, skills, and the building itself, enabling participants of all ages to discover new skills and experience the excitement of theatre-making. Our programme of formal and informal learning aims to deepen the public's relationship with every aspect of the NT's work, from playwriting to production skills, while promoting theatre as a means of understanding each other and the world, a stimulus to imagination and a powerful context for learning.NT Learning activities take place at the National Theatre, in our dedicated John Lyon Education Studio at the NT Studio, and in schools, with partner theatres and organisations across London and the UK.
  • National Theatre Learning offers families a range of opportunities to engage with NT productions and explore behind the scenes. During school holidays families can uncover the secrets of theatre in a variety of exciting and interactive ways.The Pop-Up WorkshopClimb the stairs from the South Bank riverside, bring a picnic, bring your friends, bring the family – pop up and join us for a great summer of theatre-making.CesarioInspired by the twins in Shakespeare's plays, Bryony Lavery's funny and touching new play is performed by a cast of young people from London schools and youth theatres.Family ToursDiscover how our shows come to life with a sneak peek behind the scenes on one of our special family tours.
  • Young PeopleCheap tickets, workshops, events and a national festival of new writing and young theatre making.NT ConnectionsConnections is a national festival of new writing and young theatre making.The concept is simple - exciting new plays, commissioned by the National Theatre and performed by youth theatre groups across the UK, with professional support from the NT and its partner theatres.Entry PassEntry Pass is a free membership scheme for anyone aged 16 – 25, with an allocation of £5 Entry Pass tickets at every performance at the National Theatre
  • Theatreworks PartnershipsTheatreworks Partnerships opens up the National Theatre and its work through a variety of participatory activities. It works within the Southbank local community and with community groups that operate within neighboring boroughs. Each project is delivered by National Theatre in-house creative teams and specialist Theatreworks facilitators.Case Studies1) Theatreworks Partnerships worked with a group of 18 to 25 year old NEET’s from London and Quadrant Housing and ELBA on a project based on the National Theatre’s production of Moon on a Rainbow Shawl. Drawing on the themes from the production the group engaged in rehearsal room techniques to develop their self confidence and communication skills.‘We’ve had people who have come along who are significantly shy who have a lot of confidence issues. Who over the 3 days have transformed into confident young adults who are able to assert themselves and communicate...which has been wonderful’, L&Q Key Worker2) A partnership with the Maudsley Hospital resulted in a number of older (70+) psychiatric out patients producing a devised response to War Horse. Working with the War Horse creative teams and Theatreworks facilitators over a series of weeks the project culminated in a live performance in front of an invited audience.‘We’ve done a tremendous amount during the project and it’s been exhilarating’. Participant aged 79
  • A Vital RoleTrusts and Foundations play a vital role in supporting the work of the National Theatre.There are several areas of the Theatre's work which currently attract trust and foundation support, these include:• Our Learning Department, which reaches over 150,000 people across the UK every year. Through a wide range of activities, we work with a diverse range of people, from families with young babies, to primary school children, to secondary schools and FE colleges, to university students, right through to adult learners.• The Studio, which is the NT’s centre of research and development and is at the heart of our aim to create new work, build new talent, and encourage new and diverse audiences. The Studio supports over 800 artists every year, including writers, directors, choreographers and designers through bursaries, attachments and workshops.
  • The Archive, which houses photographs, programmes, posters, videos, sound recordings, press cuttings, prompt scripts, production drawings, costume, lighting, and sound information. The greater part of the collection covers the period from the inception of the company in 1963 to the present day but our collections also stretch back to the late 19th century to document the movement to found a national theatre.• Access enhancements to ensure the National Theatre is accessible and welcoming to all and everyone's visit is made as easy and enjoyable as possible.• Support for a range of productions on the NT stages from classic texts to new work.• National Theatre Live, which broadcasts live theatre to cinemas across the world and has created an unprecedented opportunity to reach a significant audience who will predominantly interact with the NT remotely.• Support for our backstage teams including costume tailor bursaries and technical apprenticeships.• Capital works across the theatre. This now includes support for our capital campaign, National Theatre Future, an ambitious redevelopment project that will enable us to meet and deliver our artistic and strategic aims of lifelong learning, nurturing the future of theatre, continuous innovation and unparalleled experiences for audiences.
  • The NT works with many companies on many different levels - from FTSE100 corporate and global consumer brands, to small, family-owned firms. We pride ourselves on our commitment to understanding and meeting the business objectives of our corporate partners. Our approach has a focus on creativity, innovation, flexibility, professionalism and a user-friendly approach. There are three main ways that the National Theatre could be working with your company: corporate membership, sponsorship and events.• Corporate Memberships • There are a number of levels of NT corporate membership, each offering generous and flexible benefits. We are dedicated to helping each company make the most of their membership.• Current Corporate Partners • We would like to thank all of our corporate partners for the many innovative, exciting and ground-breaking projects that we have created together. We look forward to continued success with you.• Sponsors • The National Theatre has a strong record in building high profile corporate partnerships with a commitment to delivering clear business objectives for our partners, and a focus on ROI.• Case study: Travelex £12 tickets • The National Theatre's partnership with Travelex means that almost half the seats for a range of new productions are £12.• Events • The National Theatre provides the perfect venue for corporate entertaining, champagne receptions, formal meetings, family days or exclusive one-off events
  • • 'The Young Patrons have a vital role to play in the future of the National Theatre. By supporting the most exciting and adventurous work on our stages, they allow us to develop the next generation of NT artists. As an Associate Director, it is a real pleasure to work with a group of such enthusiastic and committed friends.'Ben Power, Associate Director• The NT's Young Patrons group is a social network for young people who love and support the National Theatre. This group for professionals aged between 21 and 45 offers an opportunity to enhance the theatre-going experience through a series of events and special privileges.• Club Nights are the social focus for Young Patrons; they provide the opportunity for members to see our most talked-about shows, whilst networking with each other in a relaxed and fun environment.
  • My name is Josh Sundquist.I am a son, brother, cancer survivor, author, Paralympic ski racer, motivational speaker, YouTuber and occasional vegan.”
  • Josh Sundquist is a bestselling author, motivational speaker, and Paralympic ski racer. He has spoken across the world to groups ranging from Fortune 500 companies to inner city public schools to the White House
  • Josh's journey began at age nine, when he was diagnosed with a rare form of bone cancer and given a fifty percent chance to live. He spent a year on chemotherapy treatments and his left leg was amputated. Doctors declared Josh cured of the disease at age thirteen and he took up ski racing three years later.
  • He trained for the next six years and in 2006 he was named to the US Paralympic Ski Team for the 2006 Paralympics in Turino, Italy. A multi-season athlete, Josh is the only person in history to ever have been named to both the US Paralympic Ski Team and the US Amputee Soccer Team.
  • Josh's memoir, Just Don't Fall, was a National Bestseller in hardcover and is now available in paperback and audiobook. It has been translated into German for a European edition and is also on shelves down under in an Australia/New Zealand edition, for which, as it turns out, no translation was required.
  • Best known for his viral hit "The Amputee Rap," Josh has built a YouTube channel with over ten million views and one-hundred-thousand subscribers. In 2010 he was a winner of both the YouTube NextUp and YouTube On The Rise contests.
  • Josh served a two-year tenure as the National Spokesperson for the Combined Federal Campaign, an effort that raises over $300 million dollars a year for charities. He has been featured on the back of Doritos bags nationwide for being the founder of LessThanFour.org, the world's largest social networking website for amputees. For the record, Josh would've preferred to name it GiveMeAHand.com, but that URL was already taken.
  • Josh has been featured on CNN, USA TODAY, and NPR, and in many other less-famous and important sounding media outlets.
  • Sara's Social Action Presentation

    1. 1. A values-driven society of people whoconsciously work for continuedimprovement of their livelihoods anda greener, cleaner world.
    2. 2. - Planting Trees: Means planting the righttrees in the right places.
    3. 3. - Community Empowerment andEducation: CEE is vital for communities tounderstand the linkages between humanactivity and the health of the environment.
    4. 4. Bucks Sport is the brand name of theBucks & Milton Keynes Sports Partnership,a non profit making organisation and oneof 49 ‘County Sports Partnerships’ nation-wide, that form a key element of theDelivery System for Sport across England.
    5. 5. THE NATIONAL THEATRE• Support UsWhile many people know that the National Theatre is one of the worlds leading theatre producers, not many know that it is also a registered charity. As such our enormously generous supporters help the National on its three stages and far beyond
    6. 6. THE NATIONAL THEATRE: ABOUT NT LEARNING• The National Theatre offers extraordinary resources for lifelong learning about and through theatre.• NT Learning activities take place at the National Theatre, in our dedicated John Lyon Education Studio at the NT Studio, and in schools, with partner theatres and organisations across London and the UK.
    7. 7. THE NATIONAL THEATRE: FAMILIES• The Pop-Up WorkshopClimb the stairs from the South Bank riverside, bring a picnic, bring yourfriends, bring the family – pop up and join us for a great summer of theatre-making.• CesarioInspired by the twins in Shakespeares plays, Bryony Laverys funny andtouching new play is performed by a cast of young people from Londonschools and youth theatres.• Family ToursDiscover how our shows come to life with a sneak peek behind the sceneson one of our special family tours.
    8. 8. THE NATIONAL THEATRE: YOUNG PEOPLE• Young People• Cheap tickets, workshops, events and a national festival of new writing and young theatre making.• NT ConnectionsConnections is a national festival of new writing and young theatre making.• Entry PassEntry Pass is a free membership scheme for anyone aged 16 – 25, with anallocation of £5 Entry Pass tickets at every performance at the NationalTheatre
    9. 9. THE NATIONAL THEATRE: THEATRE WORKSPARTNERSHIPSTheatreworks Partnerships opens up the National Theatre and its work through a variety of participatory activities.• Theatreworks Partnerships worked with a group of 18 to 25 year old NEET’s from London and Quadrant Housing and ELBA on a project based on the National Theatre’s production of Moon on a Rainbow Shawl.• A partnership with the Maudsley Hospital resulted in a number of older (70+) psychiatric out patients producing a devised response to War Horse.
    10. 10. THE NATIONAL THEATRE: TRUSTS &FOUNDATIONSTrusts and Foundations play a vital role in supporting the work of the National Theatre.• Our Learning Department, which reaches over 150,000 people across the UK every year.• The Studio, which is the NT’s centre of research and development and is at the heart of our aim to create new work, build new talent, and encourage new and diverse audiences.
    11. 11. THE NATIONAL THEATRE: TRUSTS &FOUNDATIONS• The Archive, which houses photographs, programmes, posters, videos, sound recordings, press cuttings, prompt scripts, production drawings, costume, lighting, and sound information.• Access enhancements• Support for a range of productions on the NT stages• National Theatre Live,• Support for our backstage teams• Capital works across the theatre.
    12. 12. THE NATIONAL THEATRE: CORPORATEPARTNERS• The NT works with many companies on many different levels• There are three main ways that the National Theatre could be working with your company: corporate membership, sponsorship and events.• Sponsors• Case study: Travelex £12 tickets• Events
    13. 13. THE NATIONAL THEATRE: YOUNG PATRONMEMBERSHIP• The Young Patrons have a vital role to play in the future of the National Theatre. By supporting the most exciting and adventurous work on our stages, they allow us to develop the next generation of NT artists. As an Associate Director, it is a real pleasure to work with a group of such enthusiastic and committed friends.Ben Power, Associate Director
    14. 14. JOSH SUNDQUIST & LESS THAN FOUR“My name is Josh Sundquist.I am a son, brother, cancer survivor, author, Paralympic ski racer, motivational speaker, YouTuber and occasional vegan.” http://www.lessthan four.org/
    15. 15. INTERNATIONALLY-KNOWN MOTIVATIONALSPEAKERJosh Sundquist is a bestselling author, motivational speaker, and Paralympic ski racer. He has spoken across the world to groups ranging from Fortune 500 companies to inner city public schools to the White House
    16. 16. CANCER SURVIVORJoshs journey began at age nine, when he was diagnosed with a rare form of bone cancer and given a fifty percent chance to live. He spent a year on chemotherapy treatments and his left leg was amputated. Doctors declared Josh cured of the disease at age thirteen and he took up ski racing three years later.
    17. 17. PARALYMPIC ATHLETEHe trained for the next six years and in 2006 he was named to the US Paralympic Ski Team for the 2006 Paralympics in Turino, Italy. A multi- season athlete, Josh is the only person in history to ever have been named to both the US Paralympic Ski Team and the US Amputee Soccer Team.
    18. 18. BESTSELLING AUTHORJoshs memoir, Just Dont Fall, was a National Bestseller in hardcover and is now available in paperback and audiobook. It has been translated into German for a European edition and is also on shelves down under in an Australia/New Zealand edition, for which, as it turns out, no translation was required.
    19. 19. YOUTUBE PERSONALITYBest known for his viral hit "The Amputee Rap," Josh has built a YouTube channel with over ten million views and one-hundred-thousand subscribers. In 2010 he was a winner of both the YouTube NextUp and YouTube On The Rise contests.http://joshsundquist.com/video.html
    20. 20. DOER OF GOODJosh served a two-year tenure as the National Spokesperson for the Combined Federal Campaign, an effort that raises over $300 million dollars a year for charities. He has been featured on the back of Doritos bags nationwide for being the founder of LessThanFour.org, the worlds largest social networking website for amputees. For the record, Josh wouldve preferred to name it GiveMeAHand.com, but that URL was already taken.
    21. 21. MEDIA ATTENTION RECEIVERJosh has been featured on CNN, USA TODAY, and NPR, and in many other less-famous and important sounding media outlets.
    22. 22. EXCUSESLET`S HEAR YOURS AGAIN.

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