Support Us

As well as being a beautifully restored historic building and award-winning culture hub, Woolwich Works is a charity on a mission to offer hope and opportunity by enabling people to realise their creative potential.

We're an organisation committed to community access and participation - we provide bursaries so that residents with low incomes are able to participate in our popular community choir, and we offer tickets to local community groups so that as many people as possible can access the amazing shows at Woolwich Works.

We're also increasing local employment and training opportunities, by offering apprenticeships, volunteering opportunities and a creative access programme that thousands of children and young people have taken part in.


#PassItOn

Our #PassItOn campaign throws open the doors to the whole community by making our award-winning music, comedy, theatre and dance accessible to an even wider range of people.

The scheme will offer tickets for just £1 to local residents who wouldn't otherwise be able to come to a performance at Woolwich Works. This will give many local residents their first opportunity to experience a live performance in a major London venue.

We're asking you to help us reach our goal of raising £1,000 in one day for Giving Tuesday, to kickstart our campaign and make a difference.

Donate what you can to help us reach our goal.

Quiz Fundraiser

#PassItOn by donating directly to the campaign or get a team together and put your general knowledge to the test at our quiz evening on Wednesday 1 March 2023.

Show your support by booking a table for the quiz. Tables of up to six quizzers can secure their place for £200. On the night, you’ll be welcomed with a bottle of wine or soft drinks and nibbles.

All the money raised will go towards #PassItOn.

Our Chief Executive James Heaton is a white man wearing a blue t-shirt and jeans, standing at the end of Love Lane in Woolwich
When we opened Woolwich Works, I asked people to join us in creating a place and a culture in which those who had benefitted from having access to creative opportunities would help make new ones available to others – to pay it back and pass it on. Since then, many people have supported Woolwich Works in its mission to enable Greenwich residents to realise their creative potential and #PassItOn is a brilliant way to help us make great art and entertainment truly accessible to all.
James Heaton, CEO and Creative Director

Get in touch

If you'd like to discuss a donation, support in kind or organising fundraising events, contact Mia, our Development Manager