Spaghetti connects by using circus as a tool to grow our youth into strong, confident, resilient, creative, compassionate individuals. ‘Spaghettis’ learn the value of hard work, of trust and cooperation. They watch these values combine in action before their eyes, working as a team, exploring risk-taking safely whilst learning cool, daring new skills. As a result, ‘Spaghettis’ not only develop a positive sense of self, they sow respect for the community to which they belong and grow belief in what they have to contribute to it.
Launching the “Spaghetti Everyday” fund
We realise that not everyone is in a position to give at the end of each financial year so we’ve established an ongoing “Spaghetti Everyday” fund to receive donations whenever they are possible from our community. All donations over $2 remain tax deductible and you’ll receive an official tax receipt.
As the name suggests, the ‘Spaghetti Everyday’ fund is about helping resource Spaghetti Circus’ everyday needs – that means equipment. With a diverse range of classes from ages 2 through to Adults and enrolment numbers up to 250 students across any one term, we use a lot of circus equipment and it gets quite a beating! We’re pretty thrifty repairing what we can, sometimes new purchases are required – all of that comes at a cost so any extra contributions to our equipment kitty are invaluable.
2019 Annual Giving Campaign thank yous
Spaghetti Circus’ 2019 Annual Giving Campaign was a huge success thanks to the generous donations of some very amazing people and businesses listed below. We can’t thank you enough! At June 30, together we raised $12,780 which was well over and above our $10,000 target. That’s going to go a very long way towards the new Spaghetti-mobile that will support our outreach work across the region, led tirelessly by Spaghetti Founder, legend and OAM Leonie Mills. Watch this space for more exciting news!
Spaghetti Circus says a giant thank you to the 2019 Annual Giving Campaign donors:
Let’s celebrate the awesomeness of everything Spaghetti does (and is yet to do).
Spaghetti Circus – 27 years old and still al dente.
Are donations tax deductible?
How much can I donate?
As long as it’s over $2, literally as much as you like!
Will it actually make a difference?