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EVERY PENNY COUNTS IN MAKING A REAL DIFFERENCE TO YOUNGER AND OLDER PEOPLE WITHIN OUR COMMUNITY!

As our journey continues into this new decade, we hope that we able to use arts to reach more young and older people within our community.

By making a donation to Magic Me, you will be helping us to tackle social issues such as loneliness and isolation. We want people to recognise and celebrate that art and age has no limits!

Through Magic Me, we are able to help older people to find sense of purpose and connect with their neighbours in a meaningful way. With younger people we are able to give them the opportunity to gain confidence and reshape their perceptions on ageing and older people. Together, these unlikely partners are able to build a friendship that give them a stronger sense of wellbeing, community and self worth.

“We are at each end of life but we are finding ways of relating to each other and talking to each other, which is absolutely enchanting and illuminating”

Be part of the movement and help even more people become connected to their local community.

Make a Donation
We value the support of everyone whom we work and collaborate with. Our donors, volunteers, participants, artists and partner organisations make our vital work possible. You can choose to donate to us through a variety of ways:

Donate online either with a regular or one-off donation
Donate by cheque: Make your cheque payable to Magic Me and post it to Magic Me, 18 Victoria Park Square, London, E2 9PF.
Donate by text: text MAGI08 followed by the amount you wish to give (min £1 max £10) to 70070. You will receive a confirmation text and the option to add Gift Aid.

Need some inspiration for how much to donate?

Here is an idea of what buys what:

£5 a month buys cocktails equipment for our parties
£10 a month buys paints, pens, fabrics for a 10 week project
£25 a month pays for travel for an isolated person
£100 a month stocks a bar for 6 months, with the all essential Dark & Stormy cocktail

I started volunteering because I wanted to do more, give back something to the older generation and because I missed my grandparents.