How Can I Get Involved?
As a 501(c)3 non-profit, we need all the help we can get! Here are just a few of the many ways you can get involved in bringing theatre arts to the children of southeast Georgia and northeast Florida.
Love the arts? Consider becoming a donor. With donor levels beginning at only $50, you can be a part of our productions from the comfort of your own home. Better yet, come to a show using one of the complementary tickets we offer donors as a thank you for their generosity.
Increase corporate visibility in the community while simultaneously supporting the arts by becoming a Marquee Sponsor. This sponsorship offsets the cost of licensing and fees associated with a single show production (3-6 performances) and put's your company "center stage" as our way of saying thank you. To find out more about the benefits of sponsoring a show, click HERE.
With nearly 30 performances a year, advertising in a Saltwater Performing Arts Playbill is great way to reach Camden County and surrounding areas, while letting them know that you support the arts. We now offer seasonal adverting as well as discounts for advertising through multiple programs. Learn more HERE.
We are a success because of volunteers just like you! Do you have a talent you would like share? Do you like to sew or build? Is hair and make-up your passion? Are you great with marketing and strategy? Or maybe you just love working with kids? Let us put you to work through our volunteer data base. When we have a need, you can answer the call as you see fit. Introduce yourself HERE.
Click HERE to see our upcoming auditions!
Join Our Board of Directors
Love the arts? Interested in helping us make our program successful and accessible to all?
Click HERE to see our available positions.
More than 90% of those involved with Saltwater Performing Arts are unpaid volunteers. We do occasionally have a paid position. Click HERE to learn more.
Bob Cannistraro Memorial Scholarship Fund
Bob Cannistraro had an appreciation for the role that performing arts plays in the lives of young people. He recognized that the best performances do not always happen in theatres. They take place in the classrooms, in the home, at work, and any place people gather to interact with others. When you build a child’s creativity, there are no limits to what he or she can do.
Bob believed that creative arts (education or experience) is the right of all youth no matter the socio-economic challenges they may face. Through his family's generosity a scholarship fund was created in 2017 to enable our youth to further their performing arts education. This scholarship will ensure that Bob's legacy endures long into the future. To make a contribution to this fund, please click HERE.