Community PartnershipsWe're helping local community projects thrive
We’re helping community projects and charities grow with Community Partnerships
We’re not fans of throwing money at switching sites to get more customers. We’d much rather spend that money where it’s needed.
So, we decided to launch Community Partnerships!
What are they?
Community Partnerships aim to further empower community projects by allowing them to accrue financial rewards for referring members to People’s Energy. It’s super simple, all you need to do is enter the code for your project or charity when you sign up and we’ll donate £10 per fuel.
You can sign up and support your project or charity by clicking the button below, completing the signup process with People’s Energy, and entering your code on the final screen. Once we see you’ve joined we’ll send your donation straight into your chosen charity.
Don’t have the code for your charity? Give them a call and they’ll happily provide you with theirs.
Have a project of your own?
Let us know! If you’d like help to fund your project or cause then get in touch. There’s never a cost to our partners and we’ll help as best we can.
The Actors Centre started in 1978 which is the UK’s leading organisation offering an unrivalled programme of high-calibre workshops and masterclasses for the professional development of emerging and established actors.
The Actors Centre operates out of its own building in Covent Garden in the heart of the West End, London, made up of several workshop rooms and studio theatres. For 40 years the Actors Centre has provided world-class workshops in all areas of performance, for both stage and screen. We deliver over 600 workshops a year in London alone.
The Actors centre was set up by Clive Swift, Sheila Hancock, John Alderton and William Hobbs in 1978 with Sir Laurence Olivier as founding patron. Over the decades, the Centre grew into its new home in Covent Garden and has hosted a vast array of our leading actors including Dame Judi Dench, Sir Ian McKellen, Richard Briers, Sir Anthony Hopkins, Sir Alec Guinness, Sir Alan Bates, Julie Walters CBE, Rafe Spall and David Harewood.
In the last year, we have run Off The Records events with the likes of Imelda Staunton, Stockard Channing, Mark Gatiss, Jennifer Saunders, Russell Tovey and Gary Oldman.
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