Summer Camp students showing off their work
“The Theatre Lab's 'Send a Kid to Theatre Camp' initiative raises funds for scholarships, so that all families can give their children opportunities to engage in theater training and to build necessary life skills."
Rose Ann Cleveland, Executive Director of The Morris & Gwendolyn Cafritz Foundation

Scholarship Funds

Adult Scholarships | Other Funds for Kids & Teens

Thanks to everyone who donated in 2016. The Send a Kid campaign will return in this spring!  

The 2017 Send a Kid to Theatre Camp Campaign

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Each spring we raise scholarship funds to allow dozens of disadvantaged children to attend our award-winning summer programs. Our 2017 campaign will officially launch April 3. In 2017 our goal is to raise more than $85,000 in financial aid to help disadvantaged children attend our summer programs. These funds come from generous individuals, as well as foundation and corporate donors. The campaign runs through mid-July. 

THANKS TO THE 2016 SPONSORS: 

Morris and Gwendolyn Cafritz Foundation
Capitol HIll Community Foundation
Rachel Liba Cardozo Children's Foundation
Development Finance International, Inc.
The Dena Kohn Memorial Scholarship Fund

PEPCO
The Jane Pesci Townsend Fund for Excellence in Musical Theatre
The Louise P Zanar Fund of the Community Foundation for the National Capital Region

     
 
Our Goal for the 2016 Send a Kid to Camp Campaign:
Raise more than $83,000 to help
provide camp for more than 90 kids whose families
cannot afford it on their own
 
To identify scholarship students for our camp, we work with respected grassroots organizations including CentroNia, Martha’s Table, Sasha Bruce YouthWorks, as well as school principals across the D.C. metro area. Small donations can make a big difference in a child’s life! When modest contributions from many people add up to $925, that amount provides a needy child a full scholarship to The Theatre Lab’s award-winning drama camps. Almost 40 percent of the more than 300 kids attending our camps this summer will be scholarship students from D.C.’s most underserved communities.