Become a keeper of our culture.
St Martins is one of Australia’s leading companies working with children.
Our performances and workshops are inclusive of all children and perspectives and recognise children as artists in their own right.
We provide children with the skills to become confident, emotionally literate, and well-rounded young people. And most importantly, we encourage them to have fun.
Barriers to the arts exist for many children and young people. These may come from disability, learning impairment, cultural and linguistic difference or economic difficulty. Through our work we strive to dissolve these barriers.
We offer inclusion scholarships for our weekly Northcote and South Yarra workshop programs and we also offer weekly workshops across a number of locations to give a broad range of children and teens access to the arts.
Our partnership with Deaf Children Australia provides a series of holiday workshops for deaf and hard-of-hearing young people.
Only with your valued support, can we can maintain and grow these programs to inspire and support future generations.
Your gift will make a difference to the lives of many Victorian children who would not otherwise get the chance to experience contemporary performance and better understand themselves, the world we live in and how they can contribute to it.
Please donate today and become a keeper of our rich culture.
Donations $2 and over are tax deductible. A receipt will be issued to all donors.
$32 supports one child for one week
$150 provides a holiday program
$320 a whole term
$1280 supports a child for an entire year
St Martins takes donations via My Giving Circle, a platform for non-profit organisations to engage with their circles of support. Here, you can help by following us, giving a one-off donation or setting up a recurring schedule.
St Martins gratefully acknowledges the support of Gandel Philanthropy, the Besen Family Foundation, the Australian Communities Fund–Clemenger Staff Fund, the Gandel Foundation, the Collier Charitable Fund, the Danks Trust and the Robert Salzer Foundation.