We're raising £1,000 for the Acting for Others: Combined Theatrical Charities as part of our Drama T's Annual Charity Event.

Conceived in the 1960s by Laurence Olivier, Noël Coward, and Richard Attenborough, this organization was formed as an independent body to coordinate appeals for funds and in turn apply them where they're most needed.

"For every successful actor, there are hundreds of performers, backstage and front-of-house theatre staff who are not so fortunate. They may be suffering from illness, disability, or be caring for children with special needs. Many in our industry lend their support or put their name to other good causes but, like any profession, we also try to take care of our own."

These 15 combined charities include: The Actor's Charitable Trust, The Drury Lane Theatrical Fund, The Equity Charitable Trust, The Royal Opera House Benevolent Fund, and the The Ralph & Meriel Richardson Foundation.

We want to do all we can to help this charity, and cut them a big fat check for at least £1,000. We invite you to help us reach our goal by making a contribution on our ShareAGift page as soon as it's up!

We will also be donating 50% of all profits from the sale of our "I Do It" products!

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