Each December, Mobile Ballet hosts The Nutcracker Charity Ball – our signature event featuring some of the area’s most outstanding young women in support of our commitment to community.
As our signature special event, the Nutcracker Charity Ball has raised more than $1.2 million since its inception for the programs of Mobile Ballet, as well as significant funds for children’s charities, which are selected in a formal grant application process each year. The magical evening of the Ball includes a performance by the Mobile Ballet Company and students of the Mobile Ballet School, as well as presentation of our Nutcracker Charity Ball debutantes. These outstanding young women and their families are invited by our Board to participate. We emphasize the transition for these young women into the adult world of charitable giving, community volunteerism and support for the arts.
Beyond the traditional presentation to society, our mission is introducing these young women to meaningful community service. Debutantes join in service projects like Day of Dance with the Boys & Girls Clubs, working with children who might otherwise not have an opportunity for exposure to dance and the arts.
2020 Nutcracker Charity Ball:
December 28, 2020 – Arthur R. Outlaw Mobile Convention Center
Dinner tickets are $150 / Presentation admittance $50.
For purchase and more information: (251) 342-2241 or email@example.com
Nutcracker Charity Ball Grant
The Nutcracker Charity Ball benefits the programs of Mobile Ballet along with a local children’s charity which is selected by Mobile Ballet’s Board of Directors each year through a formal grant application process. Non-profit 501(c)(3) organizations serving children in Mobile and Baldwin counties are invited to apply.
APPLICATIONS ARE NOW BEING ACCEPTED FOR 2020
Application Deadline: March 31, 2020
Contact Amanda Napper at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Grant Recipients include:
2019 Wilmer Hall Children’s Home – Transitional Living Program
2018 Boys and Girls Clubs of South Alabama
2017 Boys and Girls Clubs of South Alabama
2016 Dumas Wesley Community Center, After School Achievement Program (ASAP)
2015 The Family Center – Exchange Club Center for the Prevention of Child Abuse Family Time Program
2014 BayPointe Children’s Hospital
2013 Goodwill Easter Seals Child Development Center
2012 Children’s Programs of Penelope House
2012 USS Hope at USA Children’s & Women’s Hospital
2011 Wilmer Hall Children’s Home
2010 St. Mary’s Home
2009 Woody’s Song – Day Program for Children with Autism
2008 USA Children’s & Women’s Hospital, Neonatal Intensive Care Unit
2007 Child Advocacy Center
2006 Cystic Fibrosis Foundation
2006 Southeastern Diabetes Foundation, children’s programs
2005 Mercy Medical’s Guardian Angel Program
2005 Camp Rap-A-Hope – Medical Alliance
2004 Boys & Girls Clubs of South Alabama
2004 Camp MASH – Arthritis Foundation
2003 FIND – Friends Interested in Neurological Disorders
2003 Ronald McDonald House