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Spare Parts Puppet Theatre is Australia’s oldest company dedicated to the development and creation of puppetry, and their Adopt a Puppet initiative provides the public a meaningful way to show support. The theatre company been part of the Western Australian community for more than 30 years, offering puppetry performances and workshops for hundreds of thousands of audience members. Their vision is to transform people’s view of the world and each other through world-class puppetry.

The Adopt a Puppet program is a fun and rewarding way to assist the company in developing stories that celebrate what it is to be human, and to share them with audience members for years to come.

Adopt on behalf of others

Adopting a puppet on behalf of a friend or family member makes a unique and long-lasting gift. You can donate and have the certificate and invitations made out in someone else’s name, and they will enjoy the perks of being a puppet parent for twelve months. You may also choose to adopt on behalf of your business to show that your company is philanthropic and community minded. Benefits can then be passed on to clients, staff and their families.

Benefits include priority seating in the theatre for 12 months, a personalised adoption certificate, invitations to special events, and your name on the foyer wall and website.

How to adopt

Adoptions start at $120 and are categorised into Gold, Silver and Bronze levels so you can choose your level of support. Select the puppet you would like to adopt from the adoption gallery on the Spare Parts website.

If you would like to make a donation independently from the Adopt a Puppet program, you can donate here.

 

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