Alumni Giving Programme
The Alumni Giving Programme is an opportunity for you to support a current LAMDA student by donating to the Student Hardship Fund.
Let's take you on a walk down memory lane...
As a former student, do you remember walking the halls of LAMDA? Remember the excitement, the energy and the creative buzz? And how about the hard work and the long hours of training as you gave it your all? Life as a LAMDA student is just as intense as it was in your day. We're doing everything we can to give students the support they need during their time with us, whether that's through relieving financial pressure or providing a support space to talk.
The Alumni Giving Programme is an opportunity for you to support a current LAMDA student by donating to the Student Hardship Fund. Donating to this fund will help those in urgent need to continue their training.
Don’t let unforeseen changes in family situations, medical and mental health issues or unexpected expenses like getting a bag or bike stolen, stand in the way of a talented and hard-working student.
"I give because I know just how important the Student Hardship Fund is to drama students; this safety net means students can spend less time worrying about money and more time developing excellent skills in performance."
How your donation will make a difference
By giving from just £3 a month or by giving a one-off donation, you will be helping a student weather the unexpected and help them stay on top of their game.
If you would like to discuss other ways to give back to LAMDA contact [email protected] or on 020 8834 0500.
“LAMDA’s training is rigorous and demanding; the schedule calls for full days and full weeks. That’s why we are striving to support as many students as we can throughout their training to assure success. In shifting circumstances, I’ve seen committed and hardworking students suddenly left short despite all familial goodwill in the world.” Penny Cherns, Senior Tutor
"I give to LAMDA because I was fortunate to get plenty of support from the school to ensure my survival and I've always wanted to help someone else in the same way I was helped." Jonathan Bacon, former student
"I give because I love LAMDA and all it has done for me. I'm so proud to support the next generation of LAMDA talent." Hermione Norris, former student