Our Supporters

Peer Productions would like to kindly thank the following trusts & foundations, statutory and corporate funders and individuals for making our work possible:

Our current funders & partners include:

  • Arbonne Charitable Foundation
  • Ambition Giving
  • The Big Lottery Fund: Awards for All
  • The Chapman Charitable Foundation
  • Comic Relief
  • The Community Matters Partnership Project
  • Community Foundation for Surrey
  • The Ernst Cook Trust
  • Fashion for Good
  • The Foyle Foundation
  • Garfield Weston Foundation
  • Hazelhurst Trust
  • The Heathrow Community Fund
  • High Sheriff Youth Awards for Surrey
  • JACE Training
  • The Mercer's Trust
  • Office of  the Police & Crime Commissioner for Surrey
  • Our Girl
  • The Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead
  • Surrey Arts
  • Surrey Education Trust
  • Surrey Youth Justice Service
  • Tender
  • The Thames Valley Housing Association
  • The Thomas Flack Foundation
  • Woking Borough Council
  • County Councillors from Surrey & Hampshire for supporting plays in their local schools:
    • Cllr. Tim Hall (Surrey)
    • Cllr. Warwick Lovegrove (Hants.)
    • Cllr. Mike Bennison (Surrey)
    • Cllr David Ivison (Surrey)
    • Cllr Richard Walsh (Surrey)
    • Cllr Stephen Cooksey (Surrey)
    • Cllr Dorothy Ross-Tomlin (Surrey)
    • Cllr Nick Skellett (Surrey)
    • Cllr Martin Tod (Hants)
  • The Youth Consortium (Surrey and Borders)

A selection of past funders & partners include:

  • Arts Council England
  • Awards for All (Big Lottery Fund)
  • Artswork
  • Creative & Cultural Skills
  • Deakin Charitable Trust
  • Global Grants
  • Greenham Common Trust
  • Hampshire County Councillors
  • Heritage Lottery Fund
  • Local Network Fund
  • MediaBox
  • Surrey County Council
  • Surrey County Councillors
  • The Woodward Trust
  • Youth Opportunities Fund (Hampshire, Surrey and Bracknell Forest)

Awards:

Over the years, Peer Productions has been honoured to receive a number of awards and commendations for our work. We are proud to display them below:

2017 - Matrix Accreditation, Renewed

2016 - Ambition First Steps Accreditation 

2014 - Matrix Accreditation

2014 – Toast of Surrey Business Award – Winners Apprenticeship of the Year category

2013-14 - Arts Award Good Practice Centre

2013 – Toast of Surrey Business Award – Winners Best Social Enterprise and shortlisted for Apprenticeship category

2012 – Children and Young People Now (CYPN) Youth Volunteering Award for The Body Image Project

2012 – Toast of Surrey Business Awards 2012 –Shortlisted for Best Social Enterprise

2011- KidsCount Members of Parliament, Special Award 2011 for Contribution by a Community Group (Highly Commended)

2009 – Unltd Level 2 Award – Nina Lemon

2009 – National Crimebeat Awards – Highly Commended for The Teenage Pregnancy Project

Images:

Thank you to alumnus Polly Bycroft-Brown for many of the great photos on this website. For more examples of her work see here website here