Topeka Civic Theatre and Envista Announce the Donation Results of the September Envista Cares Challenge
Envista Credit Union, through the Envista Cares Challenge, provided the Topeka Civic Theatre with a one-month media package valued at more than $10,000 and a $2,500 challenge grant during the month of September. The Topeka Civic Theatre is pleased to report that the community has given $9,092, helping them reach the challenge goal. With the addition of the $2,500 challenge grant from Envista, the Topeka Civic Theatre received $11,592 in contributions during September.
“Community investment and Envista’s match supports Topeka Civic Theatre productions and the development of youth in Academy programming. Thank you Envista for supporting live theatre in our community,” said Kevin Burton, Director of Development, Topeka Civic Theatre.
“It is our goal to highlight and support organizations like Topeka Civic Theatre that are doing exceptional work in our community,” said Tara Dimick, Senior Vice President of Business Development of Envista. “It is exciting to see the community step up to the challenge.”
Envista Credit Union’s mission is to help members achieve their financial goals by providing quality products and services. Envista is a full service financial institution established in 1957 that has $390 million in assets and serves more than 43,000 Kansans with offices in Topeka, Lawrence and Hutchinson. For more information visit www.envistacu.com.
Founded in 1936, Topeka Civic Theatre is the oldest continuously running community dinner theatre in the country. In July of 1999, TCT completed construction on our new home in the former Gage Elementary School. The school was built around 1929 and is rich in architecture and design. The theatre has achieved much recognition since finding a permanent home where its creative energies could at last be focused on production values. For more information visit topekacivictheatre.com