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JOIN THE ARTS EDUCATION PARTNERSHIP

The Paramount Theater believes that performing arts are an essential part of every child’s education. As a non-profit organization, we depend on private and corporate contributions to subsidize the cost of tickets and provide financial assistance so that all students are able to participate in the Arts Education Program. With your support, students throughout our community are exposed to the life changing experiences that only the arts can provide!

Thanks to the generosity of our Arts Education Partners, each season The Paramount serves thousands of students and teachers from throughout Central Virginia. ALL student/teacher tickets are subsidized and students who qualify for free and reduced meals participate at no cost.

These enriching Arts Education Programs matter:

“My students said this was their very favorite show they had ever seen! The energy, audience engagement, music and message were extremely valuable and FUN! I cannot thank The Paramount enough for providing my students with scholarship tickets so that we could attend this performance. This is such a gift both to my program and my students. Thank you!” – Parkside “Leap Beyond” Post High Program at Charlottesville High School

“Thank you for supporting us financially so that our whole grade level could attend. This was an opportunity to enjoy the arts and learn how important it is to tell a story in different ways. Hopefully, it will inspire future artists, musicians, and singers to keep this important part of our culture alive.” – 2nd Grade Teacher, Mountainview Elementary School

“It would not have been possible for the Bright Stars to attend without financial assistance from The Paramount. The children had a wonderful time and recreated the performances in the classroom for days after the performance! The commitment that The Paramount has to schools and children is an inspiration. We are extremely fortunate to have you in our community.” Bright Stars Family Coordinator, Stone Robinson Elementary School

Please consider supporting the Arts Education Program. Only through increased philanthropic support can we continue to reach deeper into the community and positively impact more students’ lives through the transformative and unifying power of the arts.

To find out how you can join the Arts Education Partnership, please contact Cathy von Storch for more information: 434-293-1000 or cathyvonstorch@theparamount.net.

 


ARTS EDUCATION PARTNERS

July 1, 2019 – June 30, 2020

Ms. Mary Jae Abbitt-Sushka and Mr. Peter Sushka
Bama Works Fund of Dave Matthews Band at CACF
Ralph and Mary Fischer Bell Foundation
Penny Bosworth*
Priscilla F. Bosworth Revocable Trust
Jackie Bradley
Dr. Thom Brown and Mrs. Janice Brown
City of Charlottesville
Lisa and John Cogswell
Joyce Galbraith Colony
Rosemary and Charlie Cona
Mrs. Carol B. Cooper
County of Albemarle
Joyce P. Craig
Mrs. Janice S. Creasy
Sarah and Vic Dandridge
Mrs. Deborah Del Colliano
Mrs. Mario di Valmarana
Ardee and Ron Dimberg
Dominion Energy
Mr. Whit Douglas
Chris Faulkner
Punkie Feil
Janet and Gray Ferguson
Jennifer and Jay Ferguson
Shirley French
Peggy Granberry
Susan and Proal Heartwell
Prof. and Ms. LaVahn Hoh
JLRS Family Fund at CACF
Phyllis and John Kattwinkel
Joyce Grunewald and Paul J. Kauffman
Aileen Wilson Kelly
Eleanor and Joseph Kett
Karen and Scott Knierim
Beverly B. Kocotas*
Ludwig Kuttner & The Ix Art Park
L.E.A.W. Family Foundation
Erin and David Lemon
Linda Lester
Elizabeth and Joe LeVaca
Rachel and Graham Lilly
Harmon and George Logan
Maryann H. Long
Ann and Terry Lynch
Elizabeth Merrill
Mitford Children’s Foundation
Ms. Marsha Musser
Richard A. Oliva and Sons
Laura and Matt Panzarella
Jane and Robert Paxton
KK and Larry Pearson
Betty and Jim Phelan
Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Pullen
Kim Rogers
Demi Runkle
Carol and Bob Sacks
Dr. and Mrs. W. M. Sams
Mr. David Schoede
Judy and Bob Schultz
Ms. Aileen Selmeczi
Siochain Foundation
Mr. and Mrs. J. Robert Snoddy, III
Mr. and Mrs. John Stalfort
Miss Christine Sweeters
The D.N. Batten Foundation
The FUNd at CACF
The Hilltop Foundation
The Ix Foundation
The Gene and Catherine McGahren Charitable Fund
Elsie and Mac Thompson
Mr. and Mrs. William Tunis
Cathy and Stephen von Storch
Ariana and Greyson Williams
Anonymous (2)

*deceased

Please consider supporting the Arts Education Program. Only through increased philanthropic support can we continue to reach deeper into the community and positively impact more students’ lives through the transformative and unifying power of the arts.

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