Our Bursary Fund gives alumni members and our supporters the opportunity to contribute to maintaining the ethos of the Workshop: the ability to act rather than the ability to pay as the criteria for inclusion.
For a suggested donation of £25 a month, this will ensure a Workshop member from a less well-off family the opportunity to enjoy Workshop membership for a year. We would urge you to consider making this a standing order as this helps for long term planning and ensures that these talented youngsters can feel more secure in their training. A one-off donation would be gratefully received or a monthly donation of any amount – it will all help to keep the Workshop alive.
Bank details can be obtained from the Workshop office by contacting us.
The Television Workshop is grateful for the financial and operational support from some amazing local organisations, enabling us to provide free bursary places to young people with difficulties accessing quality training…
Parcelhub have been generous sponsors of our Kickstarter funding campaign and our bursary scheme. Find out more about their services here: www.parcelhub.co.uk
“By consistently exceeding customer service and delivery performance expectations, Parcelhub is growing fast, saving hundreds of the UK’s favourite brands, retailers and wholesalers time and money on their distribution. Parcelhub distributes more than 500,000 parcels every month, has a workforce of 85, and our five strategically placed distribution centres help businesses optimise their eCommerce shipping, customer services and order fulfilment.” – Mark Rosenberg, Managing Director
Noble Khan have supported our work on many levels, not only through funding but delivering Culture and Diversity training to our staff. Find out more about their unique work here: www.noblekhan.com
“The company helps you recognise, understand and talk to people from different cultures. It helps you foster good cultural and religious relationships within the workforce to ensure your staff works in a thriving, harmonious, multi-cultural arena, where morale rises and staff turnover drops. By using multi-cultural communication skills externally, staff can also deliver better customer service, increase sales and boost profits.”