FOR GOOD: Your Voice Makes A Difference
As an artist, you have a powerful voice. You can use your voice and talent to help people in need. We’ll help show you how. Join us to explore the great power you hold as an artist, and the difference you can make in your very own community and across the country. Learn how you can create change and join a powerful movement within our theater community. It starts with you - and a red bucket. Stand side-by-side with fellow theater students and artists across the country to provide meals and medication, health care and hope to those in need. Let’s have some fun together, and discover new and exciting ways to use your voice - FOR GOOD.
Taylor Mattes (she/her) is the Community Engagement Coordinator for Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS. In her role, she encourages theater artists to come together and use their voices to make a difference in their communities, as she works with students, educators and artists across the country. While earning her B.A. in Theater from West Chester University of Pennsylvania, Taylor helped to organize benefit concerts for Broadway Cares alongside other students. Moving to New York to work for Broadway Cares has been a rewarding, full-circle moment for her. She’s thrilled to connect with you, and share how you can make a difference!
Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS is the philanthropic heart of Broadway, helping people across the country and across the street receive lifesaving medications, health care, nutritious meals, counseling and emergency financial assistance.