Join us in making
a powerful impact

As a charity we need your help and invite you to support the important work that Tavaziva does:

  • producing innovative and engaging new dance works from a perspective of a lived experience, which impacts others to reflect on their own experiences, personal struggles, or privilege;

  • engaging communities artistically in traditional and contemporary settings, through touring work that challenges and speaks to participants about important societal themes;

  • supporting professional dancers and developing young dancers to transition from training to industry career pathways.

Your support will help us to sustain a strong track record of high quality and impactful artistic and professional development work that responds to contemporary socio-cultural issues. It is particularly relevant in today’s context, bringing international attention to systemic racism in societal structures from education to creative industries.

Our performance, training and education work is rooted in embodying and raising awareness of histories of Black British history and dance. We want to provoke and challenge the cultural and educational sector, and to support diversification and decolonisation, demonstrating Black leaders, artists and teachers inspiring and changing the narrative. You can give by:

  • Donating a one-off gift online
  • Corporate sponsorship
  • Grant giving
  • Leaving a gift in your Will
  • Donating in-kind e.g. rehearsal/performance space, 
 technical equipment


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We are grateful for the continued support we receive from Arts Council England’s National Portfolio Investment programme, Trusts and Foundations for giving towards past and present programmes, individual donors, audiences and communities that engage with our work in various ways.

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Image 1
Photographer: Foteini Christofilopoulou
Dancers: Dakarayi Mashava and Asmara Cammock
Piece: “Boy’s Khaya, 2021”
Image 2
Photographer: Irven Lewis
Dancers: Jade Yung and Katie Cambridge
Piece: “Wild Dog, 2010”