Sisters Grimm Ltd announce their new Prince's Trust Mosaic Network Initiative Secondary School Programme. This will see 1,000 young people and their families attend a performance of INALA, participate in a pre-show experience and learn about the career opportunities within the theatre industry.
INALA is an uplifting live show and has a track record in uniting different performance disciplines & cultures in a way that has never been achieved before. ‘INALA’ meaning ‘an abundance of goodwill’ in Zulu represents the show’s message and ability to transport the audience to a place of joy and happiness through live song and dance. We want to support a charity that has a similar outlet, and the CALM Network’s helpline and webchat gives anyone the chance to offload and talk through problems
With Southern Africa having the biggest HIV epidemic in the world, & members of the company personally affected by the tragedy of losing loved ones to AIDS we want to support a charity that not only aligns with the messages of the show but that also benefits sufferers of HIV & Aids in Africa. SENTEBALE’s mission to become the leading organisation in the provision of psychosocial support for children living with HIV in Southern Africa has in our minds very clear synergies and we can’t think of a better charity to partner with in Southern Africa.
INALA is proud to announce a new social partnership with Little by Little, a sustainable jewellery brand that uses the beauty found in food as design inspiration. All of the jewellery is manufactured by a well-established producer in Lima, Peru, using partially recycled silver. They believe in giving back and work alongside the London charity, Luminary Bakery. With each piece LbL donates sufficient funds to the charity to cover resources needed for a disadvantaged woman to train at the bakery for a day, building her career.
Louisa Judith is a sustainable and ethically conscious brand that INALA is proud to announce a partnership with for the West end re launch.
Louisa Judith works with the women at Rehema Crafts based in Musoma, Tanzania, where many of the women employed have at some stage, been trapped in the cycle of poverty. Through this charity they are now part of a loving community, receiving practical support and working as seamstresses.
INALA is proud to announce a social partnership with Recognised Store. Co-founded by Anneka and Joel Wallington, Recognised is the go to brand to support a cause you care about. There concept is simple - products can look good and do good, and through their Statement Popons® are bringing solidarity and sparking conversation around some of the biggest issues we face today. And 100% of profits from every Popon sold are donated too! Since launching in October 2018, Recognised has partnered with 4 leading charities, raising awareness of two incredible causes; Modern Slavery and Mental Health Awareness. Head over to their Instagram page for an exciting INALA competition announcement.