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Charitable Giving

To fund scholarships for underprivileged young people in the arts

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HELLO, Friends in Our Communities:

It has been my ultimate pleasure and purpose to act as an educator for the last 30 years. In doing so from my myriad of inspiring vantage points within the 'theatre' of performing arts, I have been galvanized to create an organization which will function as a host to and catalyst for universally powerful artistic methods being taught to the greatest community of young artists from the most positive foundation. We will be the springboard for artists to discover, nurture, and showcase human ideas in profoundly creative ways. 

Hubert Arts Foundation's expressed purpose is to solicit funding from community members to our cause of securing financial support for deserving youth and also, for physically challenged youth who desire to take part in performing Arts, and too, to search for a benefactor or group of benefactors who can help us secure a permanent theatre space for RMCT programming and new programming under HUBERT ARTS FOUNDATION INC. in partnership with RMCT.

Our mission is to support the community by teaching and mentoring underprivileged youth and also, physically challenged youth through the power of liberal Arts: Theatre, Music, Dance, Poetry, Visual Arts, and Architecture. 

Our students need stability and consistency.  We are focused on achieving a more secure, affordable, and permanent space through our new foundation. I know that everything that we have achieved has been because of those who stood by us and supported us when we needed encouragement, and who applauded our resolve when we traversed the great perils of running an art organization without financial support.  Today, we need you and your generous financial support.


We are starting our capital campaign right now ! Our goal is to raise $500,000 annually to award 25 to 50 scholarship recipients this first calendar year.


Hubert Arts Foundation Inc. is a 501(c)(3) registered non-profit cultural arts organization. Contributions are tax deductible to the extent permitted by law. (Federal ID # 84-2668623)

A copy of the official registration and financial information for Hubert Arts Foundation, a Florida-based nonprofit corporation may be obtained from the Division of Consumer Services by calling toll-free, 1-800-435-7352 within the state or visiting their website. Registration does not imply endorsement, approval, or recommendation by the state.


If you would like to make a donation, please click the button below. Thank you for your support of youth in the Arts! Please donate to our cause. Support our new Foundation. Help me offer the same quality of education and experiences to deserving youth who would never know these gifts that we teach without your support. Again, our goal is to raise $500,000; your donation is tax deductible and donor statement will be provided. Thank you for your time, consideration, and ongoing support. Please reach out to me with any questions at all on my personal cell at 303-406-3004. 


- Anthony Hubert

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A Letter about RMCT

Newsletter from Reverend Kathy Tew Rickey on July 30, 2023


The Power of Story

One of UUFBR’s Sharex Partners is Anthony Hubert who is the Artistic Director for RMCT, a children’s summer theater camp and Conservatory Classes. Last month, working in my office, I listened to the sounds of children rehearsing under the direction of Anthony Huber’s booming voice. The first production in June was The Lion King.

When it came time for the first performance, I decided to attend. I was curious and wanted to support Anthony. As I sat in the back row, waiting for the show to begin, I observed the parents of the fledgling actors as they filed into the sanctuary. It made me think about my own parenting days filled with similar activities. As I watched, I realized these parents could be my children and the children on stage, my grandchildren. And it hit me, what a different experience these parents must be having from my own. Unlike me, these parents have been raising their children under the duress of pandemic times, facing an uncertain future with climate change, coping with a sharp rise in the cost of living, and fearing the escalating violence in our society that threatens the safety of their children who would be forever marked by these conditions. It seemed to me this current generation of children stood to lose their innocence too quickly which could disrupt their sense of meaning and value in life.

But then as I watched these grade school kids perform, reciting their lines and belting out songs, my worry receded. Two thoughts came to me: first, The Lion King represents a timeless story of good vs. evil, hope vs. despair, love vs. fear, and courage in the face of uncertainty. It is a classic tale that instructs us that with life comes change, sometimes big change that causes suffering. But life is also full of great joy and in a larger sense endures through the generations. My second thought was that these children were not passively watching this story in the form of a Disney animation, but rather they were embodying what the story has to teach – that life, no matter how challenging, is worth living and living well – and because they embodied these values, these children would not forget them. This theater camp was building anchor points for these kids that would equip them for what lies ahead. These thoughts filled me with hope.

I think Anthony Hubert is doing very important work. I encourage you to support his efforts by attending a performance in July. There is an afternoon and an evening performance, Thursday through Saturday. You can check out the schedule which appears in the weekly Eblasts.

I also want to recognize that Hubert Arts Foundation is a Sharex Partner that embodies our goals of providing space for non-profits doing good works or groups that provide life-saving services to people who need the support of a caring community. Betty and John Tilton do a super job of managing Sharex partners – be sure to thank them when you see them. They are the ones who bring in meaningful partnerships that help build beloved community within our walls.


See you in Soon!

In faith and love,

Rev. Kathy, UUFBR in Boca Raton, FL


Rocky Mountain Conservatory Theatre has provided support by contributing to
the following valued local, state, national, and international organizations:

  • United Way of America

  • One Laptop Per Child Foundation

  • Colorado Public Radio

  • Denver Public Schools Shakespeare Festival

  • Denver Preschool Program's "One Book, One Denver"

  • Jayson Rackley Scholarship Fund, Lecoq International Theatre School, Paris, France

  • Rape Assistance and Awareness Program, Denver, CO

  • The Ricks Center for Gifted Children, DU, Denver, CO

  • Waldorf School of Denver, Denver, CO

  • Denver School of the Arts, DPS, Denver, CO

  • University Park Elementary School, DPS, Denver, CO

  • Bromwell Elementary, DPS, Denver, CO

  • Cory Elementary School, DPS, Denver, CO

  • Asbury Elementary, DPS, Denver, CO

  • Slavens Elementary School, DPS, Denver, CO

  • Most Precious Blood School, Denver, CO

  • St. Mary's Academy, Englewood, CO

  • Cherry Creek High School, Department of Fine Arts, CCSD, Greenwood Village, CO

  • Cherry Hills Village Elementary School, CCSD, Cherry Hills Village, CO

  • Greenwood Elementary School, CCSD, Greenwood Village, CO

  • Cherry Creek Challenge School, CCSD, Denver, CO

  • Heritage Elementary School,CCSD, Centennial, CO

  • Dry Creek Elementary, CCSD, Centennial, CO

  • Highland Elementary School, LPS, Centennial, CO

  • Copper Mesa Elementary, DCSD, Highlands Ranch, CO

  • Flagstaff Academy, Longmont, CO

  • Aspen Academy, Greenwood Village, CO

  • The Studio School, Adams12, Northglenn, CO

  • Mitchell Elementary School, PTA, JeffCo K12, Golden, CO

  • Rocky Mountain School of Expeditionary Learning, Denver, CO

  • Mothers of Preschoolers (MOPS), Broomfield, CO

  • Saint Andrew's School, Boca Raton FL

  • Morikami Park Elementary School, PBSD, Boca Raton, FL

  • Addison Mizner Elementary School, PBSD, Boca Raton, FL

  • Del Prado Elementary School, PBSD, Boca Raton, FL

  • Sandpiper Shores Elementary School, PBSD, Boca Raton, FL

  • Calusa Elementary School, PBSD, Boca Raton, FL

  • Verde Elementary School, PBSD, Boca Raton, FL

  • S.D. Spady Elementary School, PBSD, Delray Beach, FL

  • Boca Raton Middle School, PBSD, Boca Raton, FL

  • Boca Raton High School, PBSD, Boca Raton, FL

  • Spanish River High School, PBSD, Boca Raton, FL

  • BAK Middle School of the Arts, West Palm Beach, FL

  • A.W. Dreyfoos School of the Arts, West Palm Beach, FL

  • Patterson Elementary School, IPSD 204, Naperville, IL

  • Francis Granger Middle School, IPSD 204, Aurora, IL

  • Nequa Valley High School, IPSD 204, Naperville, IL

  • Waubonsie Valley High School, IPSD 204, Naperville, IL

  • Naperville North High School, Naperville 203, Naperville, IL

  • Yuks for Youth, Naperville Educational Foundation, Naperville, IL

  • Inspire 204, Indian Prairie Educational Foundation, Aurora, IL

  • DuPage Symphony Orchestra, Naperville, IL

  • Young Naperville Singers, Naperville, IL

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