In 2014, the cast and crew of Behind Closed Doors took part in both SlutWalk Hamilton's The Walk of No Shame, as well as YWCA Hamilton's Walk a Mile in Her Shoes.
In 2015, $250 from the proceeds of Homeschool Dropout went towards the Red Pants Productions Scholarship Program, which awarded scholarships to lower income Hamiltonians under 25 looking to gain an education in the arts. Another scholarship sponsored by Tracie's Place Karaoke was awarded, valued at $350 to be used towards music education.
In 2016, an anonymous donation of $125 was used to award the Jean Victoria Dodd memorial scholarship to Bilal Dawson of Ancaster High School, in memoriam of Adam Bryan's grandmother who passed away on the day of two Homeschool Dropout performances.
In 2016, Red Pants Productions also organized an event called Stand with Kesha in collaboration with the Steel Lounge. $250 was raised for Halton Women's Place and SACHA. An additional stop at a karaoke night led to an extra $50 being raised for the organizations. Red Pants Productions also was one of the sponsors for the Hamilton Wentworth District School Board's Rainbow Prom and walked again in YWCA Hamilton's Walk a Mile in Her Shoes.