Suggested Giving Levels:
|$25||Pays the salary for one formerly incarcerated woman to participate in a theatre rehearsal. Donate $25|
|$50||Provides new instruments for our Imagination Workshop music class for adults with developmental disabilities at El Valor. Donate $50|
|$100||Purchases props and costumes for a performance of the Ravenswood Players, our resident Imagination Workshop facilitation. Donate $100|
|$250||Funds our Persephone Project facilitation for incarcerated women at Cook County Jail for one month. Donate $250|
|$500||Covers actor fees for one Living Water charity performance for at-risk audiences. Donate $500|
Your tax-deductible donations to Still Point are deeply appreciated!
– Volunteer Workshop Facilitators –
Assist Associate and Senior Facilitators with the Imagination Workshop, Persephone Project or Sage Theatre Workshop.
– Administrative Volunteers –
Assist Still Point Theatre Collective in designing PR materials, donor development and fundraising, event planning and other administrative tasks. Internships are also available.
Pro-bono services are very welcomed and needed!
Still Point Theatre Collective created the Martha Cooper Fund to support Still Point’s Imagination Workshop, which provides theatre and music workshops tailored to the needs of adults with developmental disabilities. This fund will provide monies for workshop materials, subsidize under-funded programs, and provide scholarships to students of limited means.
Martha Cooper, a long-time friend of Still Point’s Founder, Lisa Wagner-Carollo, contracted polio at a very young age. She was confronted with physical challenges throughout her life and became a dedicated advocate for persons with disabilities. Martha was active with JONI and Friends (a Christian International disability organization) and a founding board member of L’Arche Chicago.
Martha and her husband Dale were always enthusiastically supportive of Still Point, from its inception. We honor Martha’s generous spirit by creating this fund in her name, and dedicating the fund to continuing her lifelong passion as a champion for people with disabilities.