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Special ways to give back to the ARTIST Community

These organizations have been featured on the podcast. Each one unique in its approach to helping others and fostering new artists.

Thank you for considering how you can help them continue to fund their projects and outreach.

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WINMI Podcast

In the past three years, listeners have generously donated $469 to this podcast. During that same time, however, production has totaled more than $2500 and counting. My passion and dedication to WINMI may be endless, but my funds are not. This is why I do almost everything myself to keep expenses down. However, this is unsustainable in the long run, so that's where you can help continue the work of Why I’ll Never Make It through Venmo or Ko-fi.

You can also choose the Friends and Family option...

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Maestra Music was founded by composer/lyricist and music director Georgia Stitt to give support, visibility, and community to the women who make the music in the musical theater industry. The organization’s initiatives include monthly educational seminars, mentorship programs, technical skills workshops, networking events, and online resources and partnerships that aim to promote equality of opportunity and to address the many historical disadvantages and practices that have limited women composers and musicians in the musical theater. 

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They seek to empower the hidden potential within every individual. Through rehabilitation programs and simulation workshops, the foundation promotes financial and reading literacy education in an effort to overcome social presumptions. They call themselves "impatient optimists" making the impossible possible through faith and perseverance, so that every person can have an opportunity to succeed. One of their most rewarding events each year is the Christmas Surprise Shopping Spree.


The SEEINg Place

The Seeing Place Theater is a non-profit indie ensemble based in NYC, led by Erin Cronican. Like most theaters The Seeing Place shut its doors due to the pandemic. However, this ensemble remains active via Zoom to strengthen their craft, develop their knowledge, read and discuss plays, and serve their community through online Education and Outreach programs. 

Support these artists in their time of need.