As a local arts organization, Three Bone Theatre feels strongly about supporting other local groups. We partner with a different local organization for each production with the hope of raising awareness to the unique themes present in each production and the commendable work that is being done in the Charlotte community.
The mission of PFLAG Charlotte is to support families, allies and people who are LGBTQ+, to educate ourselves and others about issues important to LGBTQ+ communities, and to advocate in our communities for a more equitable future for all. PFLAG Charlotte, founded in 1987, is a chapter of PFLAG National. We support. We educate. We advocate. PFLAG Charlotte envisions a world where inclusion is celebrated and all people are respected, valued, and affirmed.
Veterans Bridge Home
Season 8- Ugly Lies the Bone
A stronger community. One Veteran at a time.
Veterans Bridge Home is a Charlotte-based organization that connects Veterans and their families, in any state of transition, to the community. Through their network of partners, they help Veterans navigate employment, create social connections, and settle their families. They look at the whole Veteran and connect them to the resources needed to be successful and thriving leaders in our community.
Stan Greenspon Center for Peace and Social Justice
Season 8- Protective Custody PRISONER 34042
The Stan Greenspon Center for Peace and Social Justice exists as a community resource to give voice to the voiceless, form community partnerships to create positive change and educate the community on critical issues of Holocaust, Human Rights and Social justice activism.
Season 7- Pipeine
Profound Gentlemen's vision is to retain educators who dismantle the cradle to prison pipeline by establishing a cradle to career pipeline for boys of color. Unfortunately, only 2% of teachers in public schools are men of color. Although there are efforts to recruit men of color into education, schools and districts struggle more with retaining men of color than recruiting. Currently, male educators of color are five times more likely to leave the education profession than other groups.
Community Building Initiative
Season 7- Oslo
CBI's mission is to intensify the commitment and increase the capacity of individuals and organizations to build a more inclusive and equitable community. CBI’s programs aim to support three strategic purposes: developing leaders, connecting the community, and advancing equity. Through the support of our partners, we continue to develop our curriculum to address the evolving needs of the Charlotte-Mecklenburg community.
Habitat for Humanity of Charlotte
Season 7- By The Water
1800+ families served since 1983
Habitat for Humanity of Charlotte was founded in 1983 by seven local churches, and has remained a top Habitat for Humanity affiliate since its establishment. Through faith, innovation and passion, and thanks to the support of countless community partners, volunteers, donors and advocates, Habitat Charlotte has made a significant impact in Charlotte since its founding.
Girls Rock Charlotte
Season 7- The Daffodil Girls
Girls Rock Charlotte is a nonprofit that amplifies the confidence of ALL girls and women through the power of music. Their music and film summer camp programs help girls and gender diverse youth to find the confidence and compassion to stand up for themselves and for each other. Their goal is to also feature women leaders, musicians and professionals who serve as mentors and role-models for the campers and volunteers. As a proud Charlotte-based organization, GRC aims to raise the public profile of our local musicians and artists, while also supporting a community that supports women in music.
Levine Museum of the New South
Season 6- Appropriate
Levine Museum's mission is to engage a broad-based audience in the exploration and appreciation of the diverse history of the South since the Civil War, with a focus on Charlotte and the surrounding Carolina Piedmont. Through the Museum we collect, preserve, and interpret the materials, sights, sounds, and ideas that illumine and enliven this history. The Museum presents opportunities for life-long learning about this history for the benefit, enjoyment and education of children and adults, and provides historical context for contemporary issues and a community forum for thoughtful discussion.
Season 6- Every Brilliant Thing
HopeWay is a premier accredited nonprofit mental health facility for adults, 18 years and older, with 24/7 residential care and two day treatment options. Our weekly treatment schedules include individual and group therapy, and a variety of integrative therapies such as art, music, nutritional wellness, horticulture, and recreation.
HopeWay’s continuum of care fits within a holistic model of medical, psychological, and emotional wellness and education. Each client receives an individualized treatment plan with a clinically structured schedule based on his/her specific therapeutic goals. Family services round out HopeWay as an avenue of support and education to aid families in their own wellness and in supporting their loved ones.
Season 6- King Liz
CrownKeepers exists to sustain the arts and creative culture in Charlotte. We do this in a number of ways including: providing art and trade-based education to those lacking creative opportunities and outlets, supporting all-level artists by creating platforms to celebrate their craft(s) and their entrepreneurial initiatives, creating art-filled experiences for the benefit of the public, as well as boldly practicing empowerment across communities.
Charlotte Center for Literary Arts (Charlotte Lit)
Season 6- Fahrenheit 451
Repeat Partner- Charlotte Lit promotes a deeper understanding of self, community, and world by inspiring and educating readers, developing and supporting writers, and promoting creative, arts-focused conversations that strengthen and transform our community.