Students across the country are coming together with Broadway Cares to create change nationwide and within their communities. Whether they’re holding buckets and collecting donations after school or local productions, hosting cabarets benefiting Broadway Cares or auctioning Broadway memorabilia for donations, these young artists are at the forefront of activism within their schools.
✛ Why should my school get involved?
Unify Your Students
Bring your cast and crew together in a unique way outside of the classroom. Providing a common cause will inspire your creative sides and encourage you all to collaborate in new ways.
Connect with the Theatre Community
From students to professionals, national tours to Broadway, theatre artists across the country come together to join the Broadway Cares movement. Feel connected to Broadway, whether you become a theatre professional or passionate theatregoer.
Create a culture of philanthropy. The money you raise will provide those in need in your community and across the country with lifesaving medications, nutritious meals, emergency assistance and more.
Students and educators are taking the initiative to make a difference in schools and on campus. We’ve got the tips and tools you need to get started.
Post-show audience appeals
Just like in professional theatres across the country, you can accept donations after a show for Broadway Cares. We’ll send you instructions on how to create Broadway Cares’ iconic red bucket, as well as help you structure the curtain speech for your audience.
Here’s how you can give a Broadway Cares appeal after your show:
Host a fundraiser
Present a night of songs and scenes to raise funds for Broadway Cares. Show how your passion and energy can be channeled to help people in need.
Need help producing a Broadway Cares cabaret? Here are some tips:
Ready to get involved and make a difference? Fill out our benefit request form and we’ll help you get started.