How to get involved?

With your support we can equip our young people with the capacity for creativity and innovation they need to build a more prosperous future for themselves, their communities and nations. To aid our mission, you can donate MASK your money, time or facilities today.

Donate

Please donate to MASK to:


  • Help facilitate our creativity training courses.


  • Cover operational costs of MASK Awards and allow to deliver amazing prizes to its winners.


  • Support our outreach programme in Kenya by contributing to the costs of our MASK Creativity Van.


  • Provide us with the means to produce teaching manuals in support of the Kenyan Ministry of Education.


  • Aid our mission by contributing towards the costs of hiring a space in Nairobi for our MASK Creativity Hub which will host out training, residencies and exhibitions.

Become ambassador

Volunteer

Without the generosity and dedication of our volunteers, MASK would cease to exist. We are always looking for assistance from graphic and web designers, fundraisers, copy writers, social media journalists and PR, marketing and business developers. If you have a passion for creativity education and want to help us promote our cause, then donate your skills and get in touch!

Champion our cause and represent our organisation by becoming a MASK ambassador. If you are passionate about bringing creativity education into the mainstream, then send us your CV and let us know how you would promote the MASK message.

Donate a space

We are always in need for spaces to hold our events, exhibitions and award ceremonies. If you have a space that you might let us use, then let us know!

Other ways to get involved

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Join the MASK community

Follow us on social media

Don't feel that you're able to donate your time, facilities or funds? Simply follow us on social media and share our posts to help spread the word!

Images on this page by MASK creative talent: Staice Shitanda, William Mukiri.