Today is Cyber Monday – the biggest online shopping day of the year. You have probably already received dozens of emails from online retailers with exclusive, one-day-only deals.
As you work off your turkey hang-over and get a head-start on holiday shopping today, I urge you to consider making a meaningful gift that will wow your family and friends: a gift that helps a local student fulfill her dreams.
The impact that YPT has on our community is deep and enduring. For many of our students, YPT is their first experience with an interactive, creative writing process. And YPT teaching artists are often the first adults to show these students that their dreams, ideas and beliefs are valuable and can have a powerful impact on the world around them.
Here are some truly meaningful gifts that you can purchase for our students today:
$25 provides a local student with his very first playwriting workshop – showing him the value of his dreams and ideas, and helping him engage in his education in fun way.
$50 provides a classroom of local students with their very first experience of live, professional theater – inspiring them to write and share their own stories with the world.
Click here and purchase any of these gifts today in the name of a loved one, and the gift recipient will receive a personal note of thanks from YPT, with a description of the impact of your gift. He or she will also receive a limited edition “Innovation through Arts Education” bracelet, and two, reserved front-row seats at the New Play Festival this April.
Celebrate Cyber Monday by investing in innovation, investing in our children, and buying your share of the future. Now that’s a great deal.
Thank you, as always, for your amazing support. Without you, there would be no YPT.
Brigitte Pribnow Moore
I would like to thank [YPT] for their support and encouragement as I wrote my play. Working with YPT was the best experience I ever had in school. This is something I will really remember as the best thing from all my years of high school.
-Saviya Brown, YPT Student