WATCH: Maltese Performing Arts Organisation Celebrates Their 10th Birthday With Adorable Video

Is there any cake left over?

What better way to celebrate your birthday than with a good old chocolate cake?

Local NGO Opening Doors just celebrated their birthday, and that's exactly what they did. The four protagonists of this adorable video whip up a delicious cake and rush it over to the theatre to share it with all the other Opening Doors members.

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They're celebrating 10 years of accessible performing arts!

Opening Doors was set up in 2008, with the aim of promoting "creative processes and artistic skill with adults with learning disabilities", focusing mainly on theatre, dance and music.

Over the past 10 years, they've produced multiple performances and worked with over 60 artists, giving them the opportunity to develop their skills and express themselves creatively. They've even taken some of their performances abroad!

Opening Doors has helped many individuals to fully reach their potential

And now, they need your help. Opening Doors is an autonomous, non-governmental, not-for-profit association, which means that they do not make any money off what they do. They also do not charge for participation, which is a very heavy burden on the parents of their members.

They are growing steadily, and with growth unfortunately comes and increase of costs. If you want to help, this is the information you need:

SMS 50618077 – To donate EUR4.66
SMS 50619218 – To donate EUR11.65
or visit http://openingdoors.org.mt/donate/

You can Like them on Facebook to keep up to to date on all their events, and you can contact them if you'd like to get involved - they're always welcoming to new volunteers.

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Steffie Weenink

Steffie is a fan of equality and the arts. She's also partial to a meme or two. And she drinks a lot of tea.

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