Community Partnership

Our Partners

Our Giving

Bryan Hill Elementary Christmas Gift Giving, 2008

Partnering with Shakespeare Festival St. Louis, over $500 was raised for gifts given to 4th & 5th grade students participating in in-school and after-school Shakespeare theatrical education programs. Bryan Hill is part of the St. Louis School District located in North St. Louis City. Anna Blair, who is also the teacher and director of this SFSTL educational program, presented the gifts dressed as one of Santa's elves. See photo.


Anna Blair Solo Cabaret Debut, February, 2009

Encore, April, 2009

Our inaugural event raised $326 for our very first Community Partner, Rainbows For Kids. Rob and Sally Rains represented RFK at the Feb 11 show, along with ten others from their organization.


"It Was A Very Good Year!" Cabaret, May, 2009

Our cabaret featuring Katie McGrath, Anna Blair, John Flack and Mark Kraft raised $106 for Community Partner, Forest Park Forever. Lucie Springmeyer represented Forest Park Forever at both shows.

"Inside Story: Celebrating The Lyrics of Fran Landesman", August 2009

Anna Blair's wonderful tribute to the wonderful lyricist raised $230 for The Kids' Clubhouse. Lisa Mattola represented TKC at the Friday show, and Andrea Trittinger at the Saturday show.

Our Community Involvement

Bryan Hill Elementary Christmas Gift Giving, 2008

In addition to the money raised for gifts given to 4th & 5th grade students, Artistic Director, Anna Blair, who is also the teacher and director of this SFSTL educational program, presented the gifts dressed as one of Santa's elves.  See photo.

Rainbows For Kids 10th Anniversary Gala 2009

The annual RFK Gala is their largest single fundraiser. TLP Managing Director, Kevin Carpenter collected donations for the auction, and spent the day setting up for the event. Kevin and Anna Blair represented TLP at the Gala.

Rainbows For Kids Whiffleball All-Star Game 2009

For the second year, volunteers conducted a series of whiffleball practices that led up to a whiffleball All-Start game for the ill children and their siblings. A player too weak to run was pushed around the bases in their wheelchairs her father. Trophies and ice cream were the hit of the post-game party. Managing Director, Kevin Carpenter helped run the practices and was coach of TEAM RED. Kevin's 12-year-old son, Klayton, also helped.

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