Theatre Modo was one of four charities to receive a donation from Aberdeen Foyer Employability Fund Christmas Group recently.
The group delivered in partnership with SDS an eight-week course designed to increase participants confidence, raise self esteem and gain nationally recognised qualifications with which to enhance their CVs.
Over the course of the eight weeks the group was responsible for planning, creating and delivering an elves workshop based in Saltoun Square in Fraserburgh.
The two-day event managed to raise a fantastic total of £278 which was distributed to charities close to the team’s heart.
Aberdeen Foyer, based at the JIC, Albert Street, Fraserburgh is a successful charitable organisation and social enterprise which aims to prevent youth homelessness and unemployment.
The Foyer also supports individuals in gaining confidence and developing valuable skills by offering serves such as education, training, mentoring, employment and health and counselling services.
Theatre Modo uses circus to engage young people across Aberdeenshire and to help them to change their lives for the better.
Harnessing the skills and thrills of circus, Modo helps young people to improve life chances, skills, confidence and self-esteem while celebrating and creating the culture and community of the region.
The group works with young people across Aberdeenshire delivering one-off circus skills workshops, long term programmes and large scale community extravaganzas.
It provides young people with positive, progressive and accredited activities.