Trillium Performing Arts Collective has remaining NIP credits

The Trillium Performing Arts Collective has $2,700 remaining Neighborhood Investment Program (NIP) tax credits to be distributed to local businesses and individuals now through May 31.

The Neighborhood Investment Program (NIP) was established by the West Virginia Legislature to increase charitable giving to local nonprofit organizations. By donating to Trillium Performing Arts Collective, contributors can support their local community and the arts, and earn tax credits.

Established in 1982, Trillium Performing Arts Collective has been designated as a non-profit organization since 1992. Trillium showcases many different types of performance pieces by local artists; many performers travel from out-of-state to perform at the theater. Trillium also offers a wide variety of youth and adult classes focusing on dance and theatre.

The Neighborhood Investment Program (NIP) allows Trillium to provide scholarships, reduced-cost classes, and tickets to families and individuals who may not otherwise be able to participate in the arts.

To learn more about the program, or to make a donation, contact Trillium Performing Arts at 304-645-3003 or