Access to the Arts

The Access to the Arts Fund is a vital source of support for our community outreach programs, providing access to the performing arts for youth and families who cannot afford to participate.

Donate today and YOU can help us to:

  • Connect curriculum to cultural experiences and expose 2,400 Worcester teens to a Broadway show through our Adopt-A-School Program
  • Subsidize tickets for the 15,000 students who attend our student matinees
  • Ignite creativity and inspire confidence in kids through the arts, nurturing them to find their voice and develop self-expression, compassion and problem-solving skills through scholarships to conservatory classes and summer programs
  • Develop targeted arts integration workshops for students both on-site and in the classroom
  • Help adults with physical and mental challenges express themselves in creative movement classes
  • Provide professional development workshops for teachers through our new Partners in Education Program in collaboration with the Kennedy Center
  • Arrange visits from actors and workshops for students at Sullivan Middle School through the Goddard Scholars Program
  • Engage area college students in arts education and production internships
  • Enable hundreds of families from the United Way to attend our annual production of A Christmas Carol

View a full list of outreach programs.