The Orpheus Centre is a registered charity and we rely on your support to make our life-changing work with young disabled people possible. Read more
We are fundraising to build an outdoor gym and a multi use games area and need to raise £130,000. Read more
The Orpheus Centre plans to refurbish and upgrade the equipment in our recording studio and barn theatre at a cost of £195,000. Read more
We are fundraising to expand our learning transitions programme, which focuses on the leaving stage of student life at Orpheus - the transition to independent living. This is a three year programme costing around £250,000 a year. Read more
Orpheus has been an absolute blessing to us. Charlie is doing so well there! We would like to show our appreciation by raising funds with your help.
I'm running the Manchester Marathon on 7th April For Orpheus; once you see their students perform , you'll agree its money well donated!
I want to raise as much as I can for the amazing students at the Orpheus who have such dreams, ambitions and passions. Their joy for life is an inspiration to us all.
As part of Orpheus' 20th Anniversary, on 15 April 2018 Sir Richard and Lady Annabel Stilgoe will both be taking part in a Wing Walk.
I realised what an amazing place The Orpheus Centre is when I started a placement there in Easter 2018. The Orpheus Centre is an independent college for young disabled adults who have a passion for the performing arts. The college ethos and all the students and staff are inspirational which is why I want to continue supporting such an incredible charity!
Hi all, I've been lucky enough to get a place in this year’s London Marathon, so I am taking the opportunity to raise money for the Orpheus Centre, a performing arts college for disabled young adults.
As a volunteer I realise at first hand the benefits that Orpheus brings to all our students
Orpheus inspires me everyday. Help me give back to this amazing work by sponsoring me on my first ever run!
On Saturday 2 March I am participating in a firewalk in support of The Orpheus Centre.Orpheus supports young disabled people in their transition to independent living. Our students gain confidence and self-esteem through the performing arts and learn essential skills for life.
I've had the pleasure of working with Orpheus when they completed an outreach project with our school. Everyone involved was so fantastic and had a big impact on our students that Orpheus had to be my first choice for fundraising whilst completing my first 10K!
Having seen the difference Orpheus makes to the lives of young adults I am taking this opportunity to support this fantastic centre.
As a night support worker, I see the enormous changes in the students confidence during their three years with us.