Toxteth-based community theatre group 20 Stories High has been nominated for the chance to win £5000 to expand their programme, and need public votes to be in with a chance.
Lloyds Banking Group Community Fund provides funding to organisations working in their local communities to unlock the potential of young people. The fund is awarded on the basis of public votes, and if successful, the charity would be awarded £5000, enabling them to expand their participation programme which provides a range of quality arts activities for young people aged 13 to 25 in Liverpool.
As the only short-listed organisation based in inner-city Liverpool, 20 Stories High is urging supporters to vote and help ensure the charity can continue and develop this vital work.
Lillie, a 20 Stories High Youth Theatre member says: “I’ve met so many new and awesome people, and I’m able to get the best support as an actor and performer… if we were able to win this funding we would be able to keep youth theatre, trips and other activities that help us gain experience and have a great time with one another free of charge.”
You can vote online: http://tinyurl.com/c32go7h or by text: Text “VOTE L33” to 61119
Voting closes at midnight on September 9.