29th May – 6th June 2020

Posts Tagged ‘fundraising’

Spooky tales launch festival fundraising drive

Brockley Max pumpkin carving at Frightful Yarns fundraiser

On a dark and gloomy night around 50 hardy souls assembled to help ward off the threat of a nightmare yet to come: Frightful Yarns, held on Hallowe’en, was the first in a planned series of fundraising events aimed at staving off the wolves and steering our collectively cherished community festival back towards calmer shores.…

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Feast your eyes on these tasty raffle prizes

raffle tickets

Feast your eyes on this year’s Brockley Max raffle prize list: there are 37 prizes up for grabs and no fewer than 19 of them are edible. Our amazing local businesses have once again come up trumps with vouchers for nights out, lazy lunches and tasty cook-at-home foodie morsels courtesy of our local delis, restaurants, pubs,…

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How to bid in the Brockley Max fundraising auction

Auction of Promises 2014

Brockley Max is holding a fundraising auction as part of the Festival Preview Night on Thursday 5th March at Jam Circus. You can bid on the night and soak up the atmosphere at this popular local venue. We’ve even got a toe-tapping jazz and funk band, Alice In Grooveland, to entertain you. If you can’t join…

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Help support the Brockley Max festival

Children's workshop tent at Art In The Park

Brockley Max is organised and run by volunteers under the umbrella of the non-profit organisation Max Media Arts. Everyone involved with Brockley Max gives their time, enthusiasm and expertise for free – and very willingly. We love Brockley Max just as much as you do. But putting on a nine-day community festival still costs money.…

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Vote for Brockley Max

Children's workshops at Brockley Max 2014

Brockley Max is a fantastic and much-loved local festival, but as you can appreciate, it only take place with both the assistance of local people and funds to run events. Hiring marquees, lighting, insurance and loos all cost money, as does publicising the festival on posters and programmes. To help offset some of these costs,…

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