ArtStream volunteer receives community service award

ArtStream is thrilled to share that outstanding volunteer Kimberly Dupont received the Knights of St. Andrew Community Service Award in the arts, education, and social services!

Kim has been an avid fan of ArtStream since 2011, when she attended performances for Happily Ever After from the Alexandria Theater Company. With her life-long love of theatre and music, she hasn’t missed an ArtStream Theatre Company performance since that year! Kim volunteered yearly to support her brother and other Special Olympic Athletes at the county and state levels during high school and college. As a military spouse, Kim worked as a speech-language pathologist in schools from Washington to New York, directed school theater productions, and taught second and third grades in Germany for the Department of Defense Schools. She is currently a special education program manager with Fairfax County Public Schools. Kim is thankful for the opportunity to be a part of such an amazing Cabaret team!

Click here to watch a video of ArtStreamer Anna Tiernan thanking Kim for her work.

About the Community Service Award

The Knights of St. Andrew Community Service Award was established to recognize five extraordinary volunteers for their exemplary service to the Washington DC area.

These individuals of all ages and backgrounds help meet needs through the wide array of charitable organizations throughout their community. These mentors give gallantly of their time to non-profit programs supporting the Arts & Humanities, Economic Opportunity, Education, Environmental Stewardship, Healthy Futures, and Veterans and Military families.

For more information about the award, visit their website here.