are you a MIM Hero?
People have said that we do a fantastic job. Parents tell us that, for their children, the opportunity to be creative and express themselves in a fun, safe, family environment benefits them enormously, helping them to cope with the pressures of growing up in today’s world.
Our careful balance of a safe place, incorporating challenge, and structure with freedom, enhances the emotional well-being of our members.
The truth is, though, that we simply wouldn't be able to do this without a little help from our friends. With continued increased financial pressures, it has never been more important to make sure that our workshops remain affordable and accessible.
Funds raised from our MIM Heroes will go to help support our weekly workshops, holiday day camps and productions, enjoyed by so many, to help them continue to be affordable and accessible.
If you're able to offer any help at all, however small, please get in touch. It really is appreciated.
Quartz Hero - £10
A shout out of your awesomeness on our Facebook and Twitter pages and our website MIM Heroes.
Moonstone Hero - £25
Everything from the Quartz Hero, PLUS a thank you in the Peter Pan programme and a special signed copy of this programme, too.
Sapphire Hero - £50
Everything from the Moonstone Hero, PLUS a pair of VIP tickets (subject to availability) to see Peter Pan.
Emerald Hero - £100
Everything from the Sapphire Hero, PLUS two more VIP tickets to see Peter Pan (a total of four, subject to availability), a VIP backstage tour and a special framed, signed show poster - something lovely to put on your wall.
Ruby Hero - £250
Everything from the Emerald pledge, PLUS another four tickets to see Peter Pan (a total of eight, subject to availability - you can bring the whole family). All that and this seasons must-have fashion item, the exclusive 'MIM Hero' hoodie. Be the envy of your friends.
We'd Like To Say A
HUGE THANK YOU
To Our Fabulous Heroes
Our Patron - Vanessa Ford
The Hughes Family
Jess Bagnall & Pete Conneely
Liam and Becki
and to the many people who asked to remain anonymous