Rage's 2013 Big Appeal
To inspire, enable and equip people to take the next step in their life/careers through their interest in film, theatre and music.
By working alongside professionals to create their own productions people gain self esteem & confidence & work,personal and social skills through informal learning.
June 2013 - January 2015
Charity information: Rage Arts
To engage & equip people with improved social and interpersonal skills to give them increased self-worth and self-confidence to take the next step in their life, whether that is in learning or work.
This includes people from all backgrounds and ages but is especially prevalent in young people who may lack job skills and feel unhopeful of paid job prospects; or those on low incomes who have little money for social activities and may then become withdrawn, losing self-confidence and self-esteem..
We engage people through their interest in film, theatre and music and enable them to make their own productions. Participants work together as a team and learn through the process of undertaking and completing the project.
They gain self confidence and self esteem, improve problem solving and team-working and earn each others’ respect through social interaction, communication, listening and debating.
To increase people's self esteem & confidence.
Activities» The Rage Ensemble; giving people of all ages the opportunity to work alongside professionals to create productions using film, theatre and music.
» The Urban Film Club; giving people the chance to tell their story by working with a professional crew to create their own short film.
What success will look like
People will gain esteem & confidence, we will carry out evaluation of all our activities.
To give people skills to help them take the next step in their life/careers
Activities» The Rage Ensemble; giving people self esteem & confidence & skills to help them take the next step in their life/careers through film, theatre, music.
» The Urban Film Club; providing film makers the chance to develop their careers.
» Annual Christmas Theatre Tour; providing an opportunity for artistes to develop their careers.
» Music Videos; providing film makers the chance to develop their careers and enabling musicians to showcase their talents.
What success will look like
People will be empowered and will take the next step in their life, we will carry out evaluation of all our activities.
Through taking part in our activities people:-
Will be empowered to take the next step in their life either to find more, meaningful activities to engage in, continue in education or to seek employment.
Will be given a voice and inspired to play an active part in their community
Will have improved employability and have the confidence and skills to be an active part of a team
Will have greater self esteem & confidence and skills which will mean they can play a fuller part in their community
That we won't have enough funds to meet our core costs required to run our charity on a day to day basis. Our core costs are kept to a minimum and we seek to raise funds in order to meet these costs.
That we won't have enough funds to deliver projects, funds are raised for particular projects and tight control is kept so that projects are delivered within budget.
Health & Safety of those involved, these risks are miinimised by carrying out risk assessments and DBS checks of all staff.
We will give information about our projects and their outcomes on our website and in our annual statutory accounts and Trustees' report. Annual statutory report and accounts are displayed on our website as a pdf as our income is below the threshold for charity commission publication.
Budget - Project Cost: £4,000Loading graph....
Amount Heading Description £4,000 Core Costs Staff Costs, Insurance, Internet/telephone, website, publicity, minibus running costs
West Midlands, Black Country and surrounding counties
People of all ages who are or are in danger of becoming socially disadvantaged.
Those wishing to gain self confidence will have the opportunity to work with others and tell their stories to others through the arts.
People aiming to develop their soft skills eg communication, team working, interpersonal relationships etc as they work together to create a film or theatre piece.
People with an interest in film, theatre and music.
School children who may not otherwise see live theatre.
We have an established track record.
Through the work of Rage trust est in 1996 and then continued by Rage Arts since 2007 we have been helping people to gain skills through film, theatre and music projects.
We started The Rage Ensemble in 2001 with a 3 year Neighbourhood Support Fund grant in 2001. Originally working with young people at risk of social exclusion, also working young people not in employment, education, people with learning difficulties and young ex-offenders.
Read more about the Charity running this project.
Extensive production experience with proven track record of exceeding targets, will engage participants, coordinate activities and ensure delivery.
Chartered accountant with several years' charity finance experience, she will ensure value for money and good governance and recording of use of funds