Variety the Children's Charity
Even better, you helped light up her face!
We give our kids the chance to have a lot of different/great experiences, and this is the thanks we get. So fortunate.
This weekend Parkway Central was Part-in-Play Central as auditions were held for this year's Variety Children's Theatre production. Callback notices go out this week. Good luck!
Lionel Richie isn't dancing on the ceiling, but he is hanging on the wall in our office. And there's a pretty good chance the walls and ceiling of the Peabody Opera House are going to get a pretty good workout when Lionel headlines the 50th Dinner with the... Read More »
That moment has arrived! So let's get registering. Click here. Or copy and paste this link: https://varietystl.org/content/adventure-camp-registration-0
Variety is pleased to welcome Nadia LaBostrie to the staff as our new Graphics Manager. If you don’t think she’s going to make a difference in the look and feel of our communications, just look at her photo. It’s the best photo of any Variety staffer,... Read More »
Variety is pleased to announce our Man and Woman of the Year for 2016. The Man of the Year is Tricorbraun chairman and philanthropist Ken Kranzberg. Active in industry and civic affairs, and serving on the boards of many local institutions, Ken is most proud... Read More »
HEC-TV will broadcast their supercalifragilisticexpialidocious piece on our production of "Mary Poppins" in January. But card-carrying cord-cutters, and anybody who can't wait, can watch it online right now.
Got a nice card from Joseph, one of the kids who got an adaptive bike at our Bikes for Kids event. Pretty evident from these photos how excited Joseph was that day. Later, his uncle called and tearfully thanked us. If you're still considering where to make... Read More »
Variety is looking for a few more camp counselors to work with kids during our Winter Adventure Camp, December 28 and 29. It's fun, rewarding, and takes place in Clayton. If you're available, interested, and can attend an orientation meeting the morning of... Read More »