Challenge for Change

We believe the greatest way to raise awareness of our work is to get out there and tell people about it!

If you would like to join the Theatre for a Change team and take part in your own Challenge for Change, contact Clare Taylor on clare.taylor@tfacafrica.com

Over the course of 2016 we invited our supporters and friends to take part in a Challenge for Change. We were thrilled with the response and had volunteers taking on a range of challenges like running marathons, hosting cake sales, swimming in rivers and scaling mountains to raise money for our life changing work.

In 2017 we want to make Challenge for Change even bigger so we can reach many more marginalised women and girls worldwide and empower them to make their voices heard. Will you join us?

We are committed to working with you to discover your passion and ensuring that comes to life through your Challenge for Change so it’s a fantastic experience. Whether you’re a keen baker, a committed runner, a daring thrill seeker or open to ideas, if you want to make a difference for women and girls get in touch and we can collaborate to make your Challenge a reality.

If you’ve got an event like a birthday or wedding coming up, why not set up a Challenge for Change and ask your guests to make a gift to us in your honour?

We will support you with your fundraising journey and ensure we keep you updated on the impact of your involvement.

In need of inspiration? How about taking part in Swim Serpentine, a fantastic open water swim in the beautiful surroundings of Hyde Park in central London on 16th September? Get in touch on clare.taylor@tfacafrica.com to find out more.

We look forward to hearing from you!

£5 pays for a trained HIV Counsellor in Malawi to test a participant and support them with their result.

£25 pays for an interactive theatre performance in Malawi or Ghana, in which participants share their stories and change the attitudes of their communities.

£100 pays for a sexually exploited girl in Malawi to return to school and complete her education.

£500 pays for 6 facilitators and 20 female sex workers in Ghana to be trained to set up and run village saving and loans groups, increasing their economic independence.