Support PiP this Christmas

Christmas is a big deal at PiP. But this year, we can’t quite do everything we normally do. No big Christmas dinner for all our students and volunteers. No Cabaret Group performing pantos to local primary schools. No Music and Singing Group performing Christmas Carols out in the community.

Celebrating with our Pins and Needles Christmas Tree in 2019

We don’t let a little thing like Lockdown 2.0 stop us performing at PiP 🙂 so we have a range of festive virtual events in December that we’d love you all to join.

Book your place and purchase your ticket at the links below:

Autumn and Winter Virtual Volunteering Events

PiP Alternative Christmas Party

Sample PiP Christmas Card

You can also purchase your very own piece of PiP art drawn by our very own PiP artists featured on our ever-popular PiP Christmas Cards and on our brand new Fruitful Bags.

Available at our new Etsy Shop or online here

If you can’t get involved this time, please consider donating to us to help us raise money for our Creative and Performing Arts programmes. Our Creative and Performing Arts programmes help adults with learning disabilities and autism to find their voice in the medium that best suits them, gain confidence and learn to express themselves. Whether online or face to face, this helps reduce isolation and loneliness and supports our students mental health.

Your donation will make a huge difference to the lives of adults with learning disabilities at this challenging time:

£25 means we can purchase materials for one month of Sensory Art and send these out to our students.

£100 helps us buy new equipment for our newly formed Podcast Group so they can get their voices and opinions out into the world.

£500 funds new costumes for Cabaret and Drama Groups who can’t wait to get back out performing to live audiences.

If we raise over £1000, we can put on a live performance in 2021 when it’s safe to do so. We can’t wait to showcase our students skills and talents once again.

Donate now to support adults with learning disabilities reach their potential