Moscow Ballet, through Talmi Entertainment, has a long, successful history in developing performance based solutions for non-profit organizations. TE has helped raise over millions dollars for beneficiary organizations through innovative high quality fund-raising partnerships and initiatives.
The Creative Choice, the Effective Choice ~ Fund raising events in association with acclaimed Moscow Ballet performances offer non-profit organizations the opportunity to entertain their supporters and to attract new ones. In addition, corporate sponsorships are more accessible with a known high quality event is the basis for the campaign.
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Fund Raising Events
Houston’s Free the Captives and Moscow Ballet partnered in 2015 raise funds for the FTC mission to prevent trafficking of local Houston youth. The November Great Russian Nutcracker performance was a Houston premiere for Moscow Ballet and raised $28,0000 net for Free the Captives in a win-win fund-raising model.
Testimony from Free the Captives founder and CEO Julie Waters:
What an amazing day! It all went so well that I can barely sleep from all the excitement! I just wanted to share a few key thoughts. It was an honor working with each of you; I think we make a great team! I think due to our partnership for this event we made some major inroads into the Houston community that were previously untapped.
Our supporters loved the show! The doors you have opened for Free the Captives to expand our services for the girls are amazing! Thank you for giving human trafficked victims, teen girls no less, a much louder voice! You truly made a difference. I would love to absolutely partner again for 2016.
Recovery Acres Society Director Dr. John O’Reilly, former Executive Director of 1835 House and Chairman of the RAS Board of Directors sold over 20,000 tickets annually in Calgary, Regina, Edmonton, Saskatoon and more Canadian cities, featuring many of the classic Moscow
Ballet repertory: Swan Lake, Romeo and Juliet, Great Russian Nutcracker, Cinderella and Sleeping Beauty over 5 years time. The performances raised millions of dollars and many new supporters for RAS.
Testimony from Recovery Acres Society Director John O’Reilly:
It is our pleasure to highly recommend Moscow Ballet to charitable and business communities.
For five years Moscow Ballet successfully helped RAS fundraise toward a new facility. 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.
Each year Moscow Ballet presented a new major Russian Ballet and innovated fundraising initiatives by adding a visual arts component providing original ballet paintings for VIP patrons.
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. This new charitable fundraising and business development will provide a twenty-first century cutting edge charitable and business partnership in most any city.
Other Fund Raising Events Include
Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals fund raiser in Dallas featured Moscow Ballet’s Russian Tea Party and Auction. The Russian Tea Party celebrated the Russian tradition of afternoon tea with guest of honor a Moscow Ballet ballerina and was held at the Hilton Anatole Hotel.
Safe Harbor Child Advocacy Center thanks you for choosing us as your non-profit partner in Madison. The night was lovely, the performance was fantastic. All efforts resulted in over $3,000 to help young victims of abuse in Dane County. Our board of directors personally thanks Moscow Ballet for this unexpected year-end gift!
Kids by Kids Holiday Party was created by kids for kids to benefit Sacred Heart Children’s Hospital in Spokane. The pre-performance event was executed in the INB Center lobby and included performances by Crescendo Community Chorus and Spokane Ballet Arts Academy.
Activities were provided by Boys and Girls Clubs of Spokane County, Children's Home Society of Washington, Girl Scouts Eastern Washington and Northern Idaho, Ronald McDonald House Charities of Spokane, Spokane County United Way representing “Excelerate Success,” Spokane Hope School and Wishing Star.