Make a gift and help Flipside Circus continue to provide amazing opportunities for extraordinary young people. Flipside Circus is a not-for-profit organisation – your support makes a huge difference across all our programs, helping deliver community and social circus programs, work with regional and remote communities, improve our training programs and equipment, and develop new performances.
Below are a few specific ways you can help out.
Darren Ball – Principal Watson Road State School
Flipside’s regional and remote residency programs work with children and young people from a diverse range of communities. The programs use circus to help participants develop new skills, tell their own stories, build connections, and also focus on resilience, health and fitness outcomes.
The residencies are about developing deep community connections and self-determination with programs often returning to communities over a number of years.
Circus is powerful and can change people’s lives in positive ways. We believe all young people should have access to circus activities regardless of their circumstances or background.
Our Bursary Program supports children and young people by providing access to our training programs free of charge or at subsidised rates.
Flipside Circus runs a range of all ability programs working with individual participants and families, with partner organisations and special schools, and through our regular all ability workshop program – Explore the Possibilities.
Explore the Possibilities brings together a Flipside Circus trainer and a physical therapist from On Call Children’s Therapy each week to work with children with disabilities and their parents/carers.
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