Nicole's JP Fundraiser
Junior Players is the oldest, longest running arts programming nonprofit in Dallas. Since 1955, Junior Players has been empowering young voices by providing free, high quality, arts programming to North Texas children and youth.
Through our programming, youth are transformed.
Too many youth are silenced because of realities outside of their control. Income, language proficiency and school district funding can limit their ability to believe in themselves. Junior Players exists to encourage, empower, and enrich the lives of North Texas children and youth with the skills and abilities to confidently express themselves at home, in school, and in their professional lives.
Our camps and afterschool programs are targeted to arts deserts - those areas that are underfunded and underserved. There, we engage children and youth through the arts, providing them with the tools they need to navigate real life challenges confidently and competently.
The mission of Junior Players is to encourage intellectual growth, mental well-being and the development of life skills in youth through mentoring, creative expression, and participation in the fine arts.
"Junior Players is Opportunity"
As a nonprofit, Junior Players relies on the generous support of individuals, corporations and foundations to provide free, high quality arts programming that empowers young voices in North Texas and beyond.
To help empower young voices, and equip more youth with confidence, we need your support. All funds will go towards helping youth discover and develop their potential.
Junior Players is open and available to all. We are committed to providing safe spaces for child and youth to learn, explore, grow and engage with one other, with freedom from discrimination, harassment or judgement.
We recognize that barriers to services exist for members of diverse communities, particularly for equity-seeking groups, and we are committed to acting as a positive force in eliminating these barriers. To achieve this, Junior Players is committed to:
- Ensuring diverse communities have equitable access to our services, resources and decision-making
- Remaining non-discriminatory and promoting the goals of anti-racism, access and equity
- Taking reasonable steps to ensure our services, programs and decision-making reflect the communities we serve
To view our full statement, visit our website - https://www.juniorplayers.org/about_us/
Tax id (EIN)
Arts, Culture & Humanities, Youth & Children
$1,000,000 - $2,999,999
Collin, Dallas, Denton, Ellis, Kaufman, Tarrant
Black or African American, Asian/Pacific Islander, Hispanic or Latinx, Native American
Address12225 Greenville Avenue Suite 1020