T4C strives to make a difference in our community. Each show cast and crew picks a charity to sponsor, with all show proceeds being donated to that charity. We are always looking for the next great organization to help! Want your charity to be considered for the next show?
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One Acts - Camp Kesem
Camp Kesem Berkeley is a non-profit, student-run organization that provides a free, week-long summer camp for children who have/had a parent with cancer. Camp Kesem Berkeley was founded in 2006 to provide a safe, supportive, and fun summer camp experience to local children whose parents have died from cancer, are in treatment for cancer, or are in remission from cancer.
Improv- Hispanic Federation: Unidos Fund
The goal of our UNIDOS Program is clear: to serve the immediate and long-term needs of families and communities in Puerto Rico. To do so, the Federation has taken unprecedented action, helping to coordinate hundreds of donation drives in the U.S. mainland, distributing millions of pounds of food, water and essentials to those most affected by the storm, delivering emergency relief aid to over 30 hard-hit municipalities, and seeding an additional three million dollars to support emergency relief and recovery projects throughout Puerto Rico.
Full Length: Active For Alzheimer's
Active for Alzheimer’s at Berkeley engages UC Berkeley and the greater Bay Area through three initiatives — volunteering, granting research, and fundraising for those affected by Alzheimer’s disease. Through these three initiatives, theyhope to consequently raise awareness of the disease and implore others to take action.
One Acts -Best Buddies
Improv -Spectrum: Autism at Cal
33's -Global Brigades
One-Acts: A Safe Place
A Safe Place is shelter in Oakland which provides housing and support for women and children who are victims of domestic violence. Our mission at A Safe Place is to end domestic violence by providing battered victims and their children with safe shelter and resources and the break the cycle of violence through outreach and education to at risk populations and diverse communities.
FULL-LENGTH: CAMP KESEM BERKELEY
Camp Kesem Berkeley is a non-profit, student-run organization that provides a free, week-long summer camp for children who have been affected by a parent’s cancer. In 2012 alone, Camp Kesem Berkeley empowered over 80 campers and over 50 student volunteers in leadership positions. During the school year, students plan the camp schedule, train to be camp counselors, work with eligible families in the community, and raise funds to ensure camp is free for all involved.
One-Acts: 100 Strong
100 Strong, an innovative non-profit, is a UC Berkeley Big Ideas Grant recipient which seeks to give at-risk teenage girls in San Francisco the skills they need to take leadership roles in bettering their communities. The program pairs University students with at-risk girls, creating a mentorship that provides guidance for the implementation of a project of the girls' choosing.
Full Length: Playworks
Playworks’ vision is that one day every child in America will have access to safe, healthy play - every day. They create a place for every kid on the playground -- an essential opportunity for children to explore their imaginations, to connect with other people and to stretch and grow physically, emotionally and socially.
One-Acts: People's Test Preparation Services
Founded in 1995 at the University of California, Berkeley, the People's Test Preparation Service (PTPS) is a non-profit, student-run organization dedicated to providing standardized test taking skills to urban communities. They strive to provide free test prep services to high school students in need of help and ensure the success of every student who enrolls in their program. In 2013, PTPS won the Chancellor's Award for Public Service in Civic Engagement.
Select-a-Sketch Show: C.R.E.A.t.E.
Creative Residencies for Emerging Artists Teaching Empowerment (C.R.E.A.T.E.) is a student-teaching program that promotes service inspired by the arts! It allows Cal undergraduates to spread their unique skills of visual arts, theater, dance, creative writing and everything in between to meet the community needs of afterschool programs in the Berkeley/Oakland region.
TOTAL 2013-2014 Give: $4,006
One-Acts: The Suitcase Clinic
The Suitcase Clinic is a humanitarian student organization and volunteer community offering free health and social services to underserved populations since 1989. Structured around the principles of public health, social welfare, community activism and empathy, the Suitcase Clinic currently operates three weekly multi-service drop-in centers in the city Berkeley: the General Clinic, the Women’s Clinic and the Youth Clinic.
Full Length: Project Rishi
Project RISHI (Rural India Social and Health Improvement) is a non-profit organization whose mission is to ensure the sustainable development and growth of rural Indian communities. In partnership with local community members and social enterprises, we strive to provide the knowledge and tools necessary to implement comprehensive, sustainable solutions through essential field research, on-campus initiatives, and community collaboration.
One-ACts: The Music Connection
The Music Connection (TMC), in collaboration with the Berkeley Unified School District, aims to provide free, supplemental music tutoring for young musicians through after-school and in-class tutoring in both individual and group settings. By doing so, TMC will provide young students with a strong foundation in music, which will help them develop teamwork and self-confidence.
3-Minute plays: Embrace
Embrace's mission is to advance maternal and child health by delivering innovative solutions to the world’s most vulnerable populations. They do this by catalyzing the creation of new products with strong potential to improve health outcomes in developing countries, and then working to get those products directly to the people who need them most. Their ultimate goal is to ensure that every woman and child has an equal chance for a healthy life.