The theatre will feature on ITV news when viewers will be asked to vote for their favourite cause.
Arts development promoter for the theatre association Wilma Gardiner-Gill said: “We’re absolutely thrilled that all our hard work has paid off to get us through to the final. We have had a number of celebrities appearing on the stage over the years and this years X-Factor finalist Abi Alton has appeared several times in the past. We're all supporting her in her call for votes."
Please support us in a cause that will benefit the whole community.
The theatre will go head to head with Wooler Royal Voluntary Service.
Two projects will battle it out on November 25, 26 and 27. The three winners with most TV votes and a runner up will then receive funding for their various schemes.
If successful, Saltburn Arts will use the cash to refurbish the popular theatre which is situated on Albion Terrace - re-upholstering the theatre seats and replacing lighting and sound equipment.
There will also be opportunities created for volunteers and training.
Wilma said: “Saltburn Community and Arts Association caters for everyone from toddlers right through to silver surfers, holding numerous events.
We are the only project in East Cleveland entered, so please register your support on the People’s Millions website and cast your vote on the day.”
The theatre will be featured on Tyne Tees TV news on the evening of November 27.
Voting lines will be open from 9am until midnight on the day, with calls costing 11p from a BT landline.