STAGE TUBE: Givenik Ambassador Nick Adams Supports 'It Gets Better'
Broadway's Nick Adams is one of the newest additions to the Givenik.com Ambassador Program. In the video below, Adams talks about his support of the It Gets Better Project and how you can help the cause. Check it out below!
The Givenik Ambassador Program features cast members of hit shows discussing the causes and charities they support in short video blogs. Fans will have the opportunity to pose questions to upcoming Ambassadors via Givenik’s Facebook and Twitter feeds. The Ambassadors will then answer a selection of questions in their video blogs. Content is available by visiting www.facebook.com/Givenik. Other Givenik Ambassadors include Reeve Carney (Spider-Man), Joel Grey (Anything Goes), Rory O’Malley (The Book of Mormon), Judy Gold (The Judy Show), John Tartaglia(John Tartaglia’s Imaginocean), The VOCA PEOPLE, Adam Kantor (Avenue Q), Derrick Baskin (Memphis), Kara DioGuardi (Chicago), Audra McDonald (The Gershwins’ Porgy and Bess), Cathy Rigby (Peter Pan), Aaron Carter (The Fantasticks), and Sigourney Weaver (The Flea Theater).
Givenik.com is redefining theatergoing, one ticket at a time. The service offers discount, full-price & premium tickets to dozens of Broadway and Off-Broadway shows, as well as group rates to all shows, and donates 5 percent of the ticket price to the charity of the ticket-buyer’s choice.
Any certified non-profit organization can sign up to be a part of Givenik.com for free to develop a new, year-round fundraising mechanism. The organizations that have joined Givenik.com since it launched in 2007, from national groups to local chapters, and from arts organizations to educational institutions, include The Trevor Project, VH1 Save the Music Foundation, City Harvest, Broadway Green Alliance, Dress for Success Worldwide, God’s Love We Deliver, The Actors Fund, Stand Up to Cancer, Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS, The It Gets Better Project, New York Theatre Workshop, local chapters of Susan G. Komen For the Cure Breast Cancer Foundation, the Museum for African Art and the American Foundation for Equal Rights.
Theatergoers interested in becoming “giveniks” and charitable organizations and school groups interested in joining can simply go to www.givenik.com for more information.
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