Your donation will help us continue to nurture a new generation of curious, engaged, confident artists by providing access to our vibrant theatrical training and supporting the mentorship of talented students, especially those who would not otherwise be able to afford it. Funds raised go towards scholarships and operating costs.

The Performing Arts Project is a 501(c)(3) not-for- profit organization. You can view our determination letter here: The Performing Arts Project Determination Letter.

Student Scholarship Giving Levels*

It is vital to our mission to allow every student who has earned a position in our program the opportunity to participate regardless of their ability to pay. Many of our students require financial assistance to attend our Summer Intensive. Since the inception of our program, we have prioritized scholarship funding. Thanks to supporters of the Student Scholarship, we are able to assist more students each year.

$5,000
Includes a scholarship for one student, with the ability to connect with that student via Skype either during or after the Summer Intensive.

$13,500
Includes a scholarship for three students, with the ability to connect with those students via Skype either during or after the Summer Intensive.

$25,000
Includes a donation to the scholarship fund, which will entitle the donor to come as our guests the last weekend of the Summer Intensive with travel and hotel expenses paid.

$50,000
Establishes a fund in your name. Please call or email Executive Director Kim Slade at kim@performingartsproject.com or 347-778-1012 for additional details.

* Unless otherwise indicated, these are one-time gifts that a donor can elect to replicate on a yearly basis if desired.

Faculty Giving Levels

As the number of our faculty increases, so does the quality of education our students receive. It is imperative not only that we continue to have a high caliber of faculty, but also have enough faculty onsite to provide the student-teacher ratios that are essential to our unique programming. Thanks to supporters of the Faculty Giving, we are able to introduce our students to inspiring and influential working artists in the industry.

$3,000
Hosts a faculty member for one week and includes all of their transportation, hotel, meals, and salary.

$5,000
Hosts a faculty member for two weeks and includes all of their transportation, hotel, meals, and salary.

$8,000
Hosts a faculty member for three weeks and includes all of their transportation, hotel, meals, and salary.

Ways to Give

The desire to make a difference, to give back, and to inspire is what brought together many of the most prestigious members of the professional artistic community to form The Performing Arts Project. And we need your help. Donating to The Performing Arts Project allows us to always put the needs of our students first and prepare them to be contributors – to the arts, to their communities, and to society as a whole. The Performing Arts Project is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization. Your tax-deductible donation will enable us continue to nurture a new generation of curious, engaged, and confident artists.

Donate Online
To make a quick, one-time or recurring online donation, click the “Donate” link below.

Donate by Phone or Wire Transfer
To donate by phone or wire transfer, please call or email Executive Director Kim Slade at 347-778-1012 or kim@performingartsproject.com.

Donate by Mail
Please make checks payable to “The Performing Arts Project” and send to: Kim Slade, Executive Director, The Performing Arts Project, 7572 Preservation Road, Tallahassee, FL 32312.

Corporate Matching Programs
A great way to increase your giving is via corporate matching programs. We are happy to provide you and your employer any necessary forms or documentation. If you or your company needs any assistance during the process, please contact Executive Director Kim Slade at kim@performingartsproject.com.

Donor Advised Fund
If you have a donor advised fund (DAF), we are searchable by our Tax ID number: 45-3354745. DAF Direct allows you or your organization to recommend grants to The Performing Arts Project directly from your DAF, as long as your DAF’s sponsoring organization is participating. For more details, please email Program Director Juliet Gray at juliet@performingartsproject.com.

Planned Giving
Planned Gifts are made through your will, trust, insurance policy, or retirement plan and are a great way to combine your personal financial objectives with your charitable goals. Start this process by emailing Program Director Juliet Gray at juliet@performingartsproject.com.

Thank you for your support!

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