Donate to PETA
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Through cash and/or check donations. You may deposit in any of the following accounts:
Banco De Oro E. Rodriguez Branch
- Account Name: Philippine Educational Theater Association Inc.
- Savings Account: 2200-98271
- Checking Account: 2280-16176
- Dollar Savings Account: 2200-97208
For more information please contact:
Eko Baquial | 410-0822/725-6244 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Theater Appreciation Program (PETA-TAP)
Public school children can hardly afford to come to PETA to watch plays and yet this can be a magical and powerful experience that makes Philippine culture, history and identity come alive for them. PETA plays are meant to enhance classroom learning and to shape values among the young.
PETA wants to find donors to allow learning through theater to be more accessible to these children and youth. After all, exposure to the arts and theater in particular increases their learning capacity and motivates them to learn more in school.
Help PETA bring in more public school students to the Theater Center. Donate to the PETA Theater Appreciation Program (PETA-TAP)
It only takes P600($12) per child to give them this potentially life-changing experience.
Workshop Scholarship Fund
PETA pursues its education work through workshops conducted for different age levels and sectors.
Developed through the years, PETA’s workshop is based on the principle that every person regardless of economic status or education level has a potential mine of talent uniquely his or her own. This workshop curriculum is an effective instrument for bringing these talents to the fore.
PETA’s curriculum is not just about theatre but it also uses the multi-intelligence approach to foster learning on many different levels, a method PETA has evolved since the late 1960’s.
It is this powerful pedagogy that PETA intends to share especially with marginalized groups through scholarships.
Although the workshop is taught in the language of the arts the content is really about life skills with a strong focus on creativity and resourcefulness. After all, a creative person can always find solutions to real-life problems. Imagine a creative nation! This is PETA’s dream.
PETA gives workshops in Children’s Theater, Teen Theater, Theater Arts (for Adults), Creative Pedagogy to help teachers enhance classroom teaching.
Fund a scholar for P13,000 ($260) for a workshop using the powerful Integrated Theater Arts approach.