A Good Time For All

Our flagship program, A Good Time For All shares the joy of circus, making a meaningful difference to the lives of many, no matter how big or small your gift. We believe everyone should experience Circus Oz, regardless of income or background.

Some in our community are less fortunate and we know in some cases we need to lend a helping hand, so groups like The Big Issue, Big Brothers Big Sisters, Asylum Seekers Resource Centre and the Council of Single Mothers, people who otherwise could not afford to attend a live performance can access a ticket to Circus Oz.

Each year Circus Oz aims to work with our Humanitarian partner organisations to provide up to 1,000 Big Top tickets to children and families to experience the infectious joy which only comes from Circus Oz.

In 2017, at our Melbourne Big Top season we were able to provide 1,268 tickets to children and their families to see Model Citizens. Thank you to our generous donors for making this possible!

We want to expand access for our audiences to include a Relaxed, Auslan Interpreted and Audio described performances to our Big Top show. A relaxed performance is a show with a relaxed Big Top environment for people that experience a sensory or communication disability or autism spectrum disorder. 

A donation of $120 provides tickets for an entire family to experience Circus Oz under the Big Top.  

$45 gives one person the opportunity; 

$1,200, a whole community 

and $40,000 will provide free tickets for an entire Big Top show.

Your support will create big, happy and diverse audiences to a wide range of sections of our community. Everyone should have an opportunity to see a live performance and you can provide A Good Time For All. 

"...We lead such a humble life, and my kids are starting to realise how much they don't get to do compared to many of their friends... They will cherish this experience and I am so incredibly grateful...You have made something possible for my kids that I can't." Council of Single Mothers Member, 2015

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Our Humanitarian partner organisations we have assisted in the past include:

Aboriginal Health & Medical Research Council
AIME (Australian Indigenous Mentoring Experience)
Arts Health Institute
Asylum Seeker Resource Centre
Berry Street
Big Brothers Big Sisters Challenge
Camp Quality
Challenge
Childrens Protection Society
Church of All Nations
Council of Single Mothers and their Children
Department of Human Services
Doutta Galla Community Health Services
Elizabeth Hoffman House
Fitzroy Adventure Playground
Fitzroy Learning Network
Foundation House
Good Shepherd
Gunnawirra
Home Ground Services
Homelessness NSW
Jarrah House
Innerspace
Interchange Inner East
Jets Studio
Kids Under Cover
Lighthouse Foundation
Lord Mayor's Charitable Foundation
Marian Centre
MacKillop Family Services

McCauley Community Service for Women
Melbourne City Mission
National Aboriginal Chance Academy
National Centre of Indigenous Excellence
National Council for Single Mothers and their Children
North Yarra Community Health
Redfern Community Centre
Ronald McDonald House
Salvation Army
Shine for Kids
South Sydney PCYC
Starlight Children'sFoundation
The Big Issue
The Mirabel Foundation
The Smith Family
TRY Mentoring
Uniting Care Community Options - Young Carers Program
Victorian Aboriginal Child Care Agency
Victorian Aboriginal Health Service
Victorian AIDS Council
Wesley Mission
Weave
Western Suburbs Indigenous Gathering Place Association
Winja-Ulupna
Wintringham - McLean Lodge
WIRES
Worawa College
YAMEC - Young Adult Migrant Education Courses
YGLAM
Youth Off the Streets
Youth Support and Advocacy Service

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