Through its FOR GOOD programme, the award-winning musical is proud to support the remarkable work of a range of UK charities
Flying into its eighth incredible year, the "prestigious Wicked Young Writer Awards" (The Times) was established in order to link the important messages of Wicked with a competition that would inspire young people to use their writing to look at life a little differently.
The Awards, including the FOR GOOD: Award for Non-Fiction, recognise excellence in writing, encourage creativity, and help develop writing talent in young people between 5-25 years old from all backgrounds and areas of the UK & Ireland.
Each Halloween, Wicked is proud to support The Woodland Trust, as part of our annual Wicked Day, by fundraising for trees to be planted in the creation of new woodland space across the UK. Through bucket collections, activity days, social support and auctions, Wicked continues to help promote the importance of 'going green'.
Wicked is proud to support the work of some incredible charities...
Great Ormond Street Hospital Charity
Great Ormond Street Hospital is one of the world’s leading children’s hospitals with the broadest range of dedicated, children’s healthcare specialists under one roof in the UK. The hospital’s pioneering research and treatment gives hope to children from across the UK and around the world with the most complex and often life-threatening conditions.
Our patients and families are central to everything we do – from the moment they come through the door and for as long as they need us. As well as ongoing fundraising, cast members of WICKED will also visit the hospital to help entertain children during their treatment, as well as attending the special patient parties and events organised by GOSH Charity.
Great Ormond Street Hospital Children’s Charity. Registered Charity no. 1160024.
The Anti-Bullying Alliance (ABA), hosted by the National Children's Bureau, is a coalition of organisations and individuals committed to a shared vision to stop bullying and create safe environments in which children and young people can live, grow, play and learn.
The Anti-Bullying Alliance is delighted to work in partnership with Wicked For Good. The show provides a unique opportunity to explore issues relating to difference, respect and friendship in a safe and creative space.
To download our For Good Anti-Bullying Resource in collaboration with the Anti-Bullying Alliance, click here.