Do you believe that every West Australian child should have the opportunity to engage with the performing arts to help them learn, grow, and become positive forces in their communities? We do!
Exposure to the arts improves young people’s sense of enjoyment, purpose and identity, and can positively change the direction of a young person’s life by engaging them mentally, physically, and emotionally.
Unfortunately due to distance, cost, or some other disadvantage some young people don’t have access to these life-changing experiences.
The Adopt a Puppet program is a fun and rewarding way to help us provide high quality artistic experiences to children that do not ordinarily have access to such experiences. Benefits of the program include:
- Priority seating in the theatre
- A personalised adoption certificate
- Invitations to special events
- Your name on the foyer wall and website
- A tax deductible receipt
How to Adopt
Adoptions start at $120 and are categorised into Gold, Silver and Bronze levels so you can choose your level of support. Select the puppet you would like to adopt from our adoption gallery below. When you’ve selected your puppet you can donate:
- Online through our ticketing system
- Phone 9335 5044 and donate using your credit/debit card
- Download this form, and post it to us at PO Box 897, Fremantle WA 6959
Every dollar counts! If you would like to make a donation independently from the Adopt a Puppet program, you can. All donations of $2 or more are tax deductible. Click here to donate.
Adopt on behalf of others
Adopting a puppet on behalf of a friend or family member makes a unique and long lasting gift. You can donate and have the certificate and invitations made out in someone else’s name, and they will enjoy the perks of being a puppet parents for twelve months. You may also chose to adopt on behalf of your business to show that your company is philanthropic and community minded. Benefits can then be passed on to clients, staff and their families.
“My kids loved their connection to a puppet
and the chance to see behind the scenes”
– Puppet Parent