Give the gift of the arts this Giving Tuesday

Over the past nine years, Napa Valley College Performing Arts has produced entertaining and evocative theater productions, concerts and special events. Most recently our Cafeteria Kids Theater co-production of Matilda became one of the most highly acclaimed and attended productions in the college’s history, playing to over 4,000 young people. 
With a commitment to nurturing the artists and audiences of tomorrow, we offer Project Discovery, a Performing Arts Access and Education program which provides tickets to Napa Valley College Performing Arts performances and performance opportunities at little or no cost. 
Through Project Discovery, we: 
Offer substantially discounted student matinees to all Napa Valley schools
Provide free performance tickets to all Napa Valley College Performing Arts students
Perform Shakespeare in the Park free of charge in downtown Napa 
And this year, thanks to a generous donor, we will be sending one Napa Valley College student to Prague for the Prague Shakespeare Company Summer Training Intensive. 
The desired result is for every young person in our diverse community to have a meaningful experience with the performing arts. 
As you think about your year end charitable giving during this Giving Tuesdayplease consider joining our commitment to cultivating the artists and audiences of tomorrow through a donation to Napa Valley College Performing Arts. Your gift will help support our Project Discovery Initiative, ensuring that every member of our community has access to some of the best live music and theater event experiences in the Napa Valley. 
Thank you for your support and happy holidays. 
Jennifer King
Performing Arts Artistic Director, Coordinator and Faculty Chair of Arts and Humanities 

There are many ways to contribute to the Napa Valley College Performing Arts.  To learn more, visit the Napa Valley College District Auxiliary Services Foundation website.
Contributions are tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law, 501 (c) 3 Federal ID: 23-7003565.