RESPECT Receives Grant from Kim Foundation
RESPECT is pleased to announce that we have received a grant from the Kim Foundation to provide free and reduced-cost programming across the state of Nebraska. Schools and organizations more than 60 miles away from Omaha qualify to host any of our 13 educational theatre programs or customized trainings thanks to this special funding. As the costs associated with traveling these distances can often be prohibitive for communities to host our programs, we are grateful to the Kim Foundation for their support in ensuring that communities across the state can access important programs on the topics of bullying, healthy relationships and mental health.
The Kim Foundation (www.thekimfoundation.org) works to connect individuals with resources regarding mental health and suicide prevention. They increase awareness and break down the stigma related to seeking care for mental health.
In addition to the funding from the Kim Foundation, RESPECT also has program scholarships for any of our programs to be held in schools and organizations in Douglas County, Lincoln, NE, and Catholic schools, as well for any location wishing to host our Natalie the Net Nanny or Bubbylonian Encounter programs. Click here to contact us and book a show!