Trusts and Foundations

The support received from Trusts and Foundations is vital, and helps ensure The Citizens continues to deliver the very best theatre and community projects

The Citizens has always believed that quality theatre is for everyone and that everyone should have the opportunity to take part in the creative life of the Theatre, whether by watching a play or by developing skills and self-confidence in an inclusive environment.

Each year, we work with over 30,000 community participants through a variety of community initiatives and one-off projects, creating life-changing experiences for participants dealing with all kinds of complex issues, from disability to homelessness, addiction recovery to long-term unemployment.

We are committed to using drama as a vehicle for social change and the support we receive from Trusts and Foundations is vital to enabling us to continue this important work. Their funding helps us to plan for the future and ensure we continue to deliver the very best theatre and community projects for people from all walks of life. We favour long-term engagement with our supporters and commit to working with our partners to develop drama projects that are innovative and responsive to the greatest need.

To find out more please contact Caroline Darke via .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) or phone: 0141 418 6240


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Individual Giving
Theatre Redevelopment
Corporate Support

A Big Thank You to:

Children In Need
Comic Relief
Commonweal Fund – Trades House of Glasgow
Cruden Foundation
• David Solomons Charitable Trust
Gordon Fraser Charitable Trust
• Hugh Fraser Foundation
• James Wood Bequest Fund
• John Mather Charitable Trust
• Margaret Guido’s Charitable Trust
• Miss E C Hendry’s Charitable Trust
• Mr & Mrs William Donald’s Trust
Souter Charitable Trust
Stage One
The Boshier Hinton Foundation 
The Christina Mary Hendrie Trust
• The Citizens Theatre Society
• The Margaret Murdoch Charitable Trust
The Robertson Trust
The Theatres Trust
• W A Cargill

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