The Community Theater Giving Back to the Community
Carmel Community Players is proud to have the word "community" in our name. As Carmel's oldest community theater (founded in 1993), we continue to lead the way in giving back to our community as a "thank you" for it's ongoing support of our artistic endeavors.
There are a few ways your not-for-profit organization can benefit from a partnership with Carmel Community Players.
We will provide you with ticket vouchers that you can raffle or auction off. These tickets are good for any show in our current season.
Special Dedicated Performance
CCP can dedicate a performance for your organization and donors. If you market the performance to your members and they purchase tickets, we will arrange for a portion of ticket revenue to be returned to your organization. Call us for details.
Sometimes physical help is more important to an organization than money. CCP has an army of eager volunteers that are willing to help. From painting, building, cleaning, and organizing to putting on skits, clowning or cheering people up through music, we're ready. Just give us a call and we'll put the word out.
CCP is also a not-for-profit organization seeking funding. Our ability to provide monetary donations is very limited if not tied to ticket revenue. We recommend taking advantage of one of the opportunities we've described above.
CCP is Proud to Support...
Midwest Academy of Indiana offers the willing, but frustrated, learner a place to thrive academically and socially. We are particularly successful with students with learning disabilities or neurological disorders such as Asperger's Syndrome. Http://midwestacademyofindiana.org
Simon Youth Foundation® helps at-risk kids in Simon mall communities nationwide earn high school diplomas and scholarships to realize hopes of going to college.
The mission of the Protective Order Pro Bono Project (POPBP) of Indianapolis is "To provide, for low income victims of domestic abuse, free legal services, including obtaining and enforcing orders meant to protect them, and to educate the legal community about domestic abuse." POPBP is not part of ICADV. POPBP was started by long-time CCP friend Deb Hepler who passed away in 2009 after battling cancer and MS.