The way forward for a well-liked Perthshire arts venue has been secured after it reached an formidable fundraising goal this week.
Birnam Arts is now inviting its supporters to assist it rejoice the success.
The #SaveBirnamArts Crowdfunding marketing campaign reached its £30,000 goal with three days to spare this week, with donations persevering with to flood in.
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Members of the Birnam Arts crew had initially set a goal of £20,000, however stretched that after reaching it in simply six days final month.
The hub had beforehand mentioned the marketing campaign was as a result of Birnam Arts “can not afford to maintain the doorways open” resulting from COVID-19.
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However there may be now cause to rejoice after reaching the objective.
Common supervisor James Irvine mentioned: “We’re completely, utterly and totally blown away by the generosity of everybody who has supported us.
“Whether or not that has been by means of buying a reward, giving straight-up donations, providing very beneficiant gadgets from their enterprise, or by sharing posts and flyers with household and mates, each single motion has had a long-lasting impact in serving to to safe our future.
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“Birnam Arts is now in a a lot stronger monetary place that actually will assist us to maintain the doorways open and we couldn’t have finished it with out every considered one of you.
With mass gatherings nonetheless on maintain however a willpower to rejoice the tip of the marketing campaign, Birnam Arts is transferring the social gathering on-line.
Everybody who has donated is invited to the Save Birnam Arts Gig this Friday, October 16 at 6pm.
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They’re calling on those that supported the venue to seize their dancing companions, laptop computer and audio system, and naturally their favorite tipple – for a night of music with bluegrass-folk band Good Man Hank, harpist Karen Marshalsay and a particular shock from the Birnam Arts crew.
Kate Bell, arts improvement and advertising officer, added: “Reaching our stretch goal is an unbelievable achievement which on the very least will assist to fund three months of constructing and operational prices.
“However keep in mind, donations are nonetheless being taken – individuals have till Friday at 10pm to nab one of many restricted version rewards which might be nonetheless out there.
“Every little thing we elevate could have a massively constructive affect upon our long run sustainability and is gratefully accepted.
“The invitation for Friday evening is open to everybody so we will thanks in particular person and we’re trying ahead to as many individuals as potential having the ability to be a part of us.”
For extra info, go to www.crowdfunder.co.uk/savebirnamarts or the Birnam Arts Fb and Instagram accounts, or name 01350 727674.