Fund Raise with Moscow Ballet!
Moscow Ballet, through Talmi Entertainment, has a over 30 years history in developing performance-based fund-raisers for non-profit organizations. TE has helped raise millions of dollars for beneficiary organizations through innovative and high-quality fundraising initiatives. Notable examples include the “Just Say No” tour, chaired by First Lady Nancy Reagan and starring American Ballet Theater’s Prima Ballerina Cynthia Gregory.
TE provides an innovative fundraising technique in challenging times. This opportunity provides NPOs with a catalyst to develop new or expand and energize current support committees, in particular new women’s support leaders.
~ Fundraising events with Moscow Ballet performances offer non-profit organizations the opportunity to earn revenue, entertain supporters and attract new ones.
Create a Risk-free Event by inviting a donor base to attend a Moscow Ballet performance and possible gala. All expenses...theatre rental, travel and visas, advertising...are covered by Moscow Ballet. Beneficiary organizations are provided the opportunity to offer a minimum number of 200 tickets to the acclaimed performances for a set fee and charging a Gala Ticket price to the donor group. This provides the organization the opportunity to earn minimum $10,000 and up to $100,000 or more. (Depending on venue size and number of performances) Commitment required by June 30.
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Examples of Moscow Ballet Fundraising Events
~ Recovery Acres Society in cities across Canada
Director Dr. John O’Reilly, Executive Director of 1835 House and Chairman of the RAS Board of Directors sold over 20,000 tickets annually for 5 years in Calgary, Regina, Edmonton, Saskatoon and more Canadian cities, featuring the classic Moscow Ballet repertory Swan Lake, Romeo and Juliet, Great Russian Nutcracker, Cinderella and Sleeping Beauty raising millions of dollars and new supporters for Recovery Acres Society.
Testimony: “It is our pleasure to highly recommend Moscow Ballet to charitable and business communities. We successfully raised sufficient funds from Moscow Ballet’s performances and other sources to break ground for a new facility which will cost approximately $20 million dollars. Moscow Ballet increased the prestige visibility and prominence of Recover Acres substantially.
Moscow Ballet provides a turnkey, world class ballet company and fundraising campaign that responsibly answer and provide both world class artistic performances as well as human services fundraising assets.” Dr. John O’Reilly
~ Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals in cities across the U.S.
Moscow Ballet Ballerinas worked hands-on with Marie and Donny Osmond fund-raising for the Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals in Dallas with a Moscow Ballet Russian Tea Party and Auction. The Tea Party celebrated the Russian tradition of afternoon tea with guest of honor Moscow Ballet’s Svetlana Todinova and was held at the Hilton Anatole Hotel. In addition, Moscow Ballet ballerinas traveled the US visiting children in Children’s’ Miracle Network Hospitals raising public awareness of the program.
~ Graduate Hospital of Philadelphia fundraiser at the Academy of Music
Moscow Ballet’s performance sold-out the famous Academy of Music raising net income of $250,000 for the Graduate Hospital.
~ Multiple Sclerosis Society of Pasadena fundraiser at the LA Chandler Music Center
The benefit ballet and music performance raised $250,000 net for the MS Society of Pasadena. It starred America’s sweetheart ballerina Cynthia Gregory and included Linda Ronstadt performing her new album at the time “When you Wish Upon a Star.”
~ Scottish Rite Children’s Hospital fundraiser at Atlanta’s historic Fox Theatre
Moscow Ballet’s performance sold-out 4500 seats at Atlanta’s Fox Theater, netting $100,000 for the Scottish Rite Children’s Hospital. First Lady Roselyn Carter chaired the event.