Daffodil Perspective Fundraiser – The show needs your help

Hello everyone, The Daffodil Perspective needs your help to continue. Last month I was the victim of an accident. I was run over by a London cyclist, received a serious concussion and have been off work for over 2 weeks, now a month. I’m happy to say I’m slowly recovering but The Daffodil Perspective is just about subsidised by a minimum wage day job, due to the accident my income for September and October is now halved and my job security is in jeopardy as well as my home.

The Daffodil Perspective is a one-woman show. I do in-depth research, script write, curate the content, source recordings, produce and present every episode. This is a lot of work and is done voluntarily. 

If you can spare something to help me survive and continue my groundbreaking work it will go a long way. I have many exciting ideas in the works and look forward to recovering and sharing them all with you.

The support and kindness I’ve received so far has been overwhelming so thank you to everyone.

I’m thrilled to announce your donation will get you some very cool, very exclusive content:

All donors will be getting a show transcript, your name on the website wall of supporters, a shout out on the show plus: 

£10 – ask me anything! Send in questions and I’ll create a video answering them all, the video will be available exclusively for donors. 

£20 – everything above plus receive access to two exclusive articles and videos: 
1. Lockdown Bopdown – my own twist on Desert Island Discs – discover the music that made me who I am 
& 2. My Musical Muses – 8 wonderful, trailblazing, revolutionary women in music who you need to know. 

£30 – everything above plus a free 30 minute repertoire consultancy session/female composer history lesson. (Or just a conversation with me about female composers, male composers of colour, gender and racial equality in music) 

Please donate to the GoFundMe campaign here.

Many thanks for your support. I’m looking forward to recovering and continuing to fight for gender and racial equality in music.

Elizabeth de Brito
Creator and producer of The Daffodil Perspective

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