INDIVIDUAL DONATIONS 


CURRENT CAMPAIGN:


SUPPORT FUSE 2014

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SUPPORT FUSE 2014
c/o Theatre Calgary
220 - 9Ave SE  Calgary, AB
T2G 5C4

All donations of $400 or more made by December 6th, 2013 will qualify you for an invitation to a special reception for FUSE 2014!

 

Become a Donor. Your Donations Bring Arts to Life at Theatre Calgary

Please consider coming onboard as a Donor for Southern Alberta’s largest, and longest performing theatre company – Theatre Calgary.  In existence since 1968, Theatre Calgary regularly performs mainstream theatre shows such as the popular: A Christmas Carol; Cats; To Kill a Mockingbird; Tosca Cafe; Shirley Valentine; and much more. Theatre Calgary continually endeavours to create ambitious programming and insightful productions, while also striving for passionate community engagement.

It is a fact that ticket sales account for approximately 50% of the total cost of sustaining a theatre company of the size and calibre of Theatre Calgary. Generosity of donors is vital to bridge the financial gap. Support from Individuals, who share a love of theatre and who appreciate the achievements of this company, is essential to our ongoing success.

Invest in Theatre Calgary as a Donor and get aligned with Theatre Calgary, a distinguished, trusted Albertan arts organization.

We’re all growing together. Help us continue to make Theatre Calgary a great place to gather and celebrate our community. Every donation counts!

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Call the Manager of Individual & Planned Giving at 403-294-7440, ext. 1002 or email to discover the many benefits of becoming donor.



SPECIAL DONATION INITIATIVES:

Dress Circle, Theatre Calgary
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Adopt-A-Play, Theatre Calgary
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Legacy Giving, Theatre Calgary
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VICTORIA LAMOND - CABARET, 2001 (photo by Sean Dennie)

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