Globe Theatre is a Not-for-Profit Organization
Charitable organization #11894 0436 RR0001
Globe Theatre strives to provide people of all ages and abilities with the opportunity to participate in the arts. As a not-for-profit charitable organization, generous donations from individuals like you are what enable Globe Theatre to develop new outreach programming for Saskatchewan youth and new partnerships with community organizations.
When you make a gift to Globe Theatre, you fund valuable programs that fill a need within our community.
Your gift supports…
…the Employment of Saskatchewan Artists
- 150 artists were employed during 2017|2018 season; 89 of whom are Saskatchewan artists.
- 51 graduates of the Globe Theatre Actor Conservatory Training Program are now pursuing successful careers in Saskatchewan and across the country.
…Inclusive Arts Education
- Globe Theatre School has developed a partnership with the Autism Resource Centre to provide arts programming which engages adults and young people with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). These workshops strengthen skills that can be a challenge for those on the autism spectrum – including reading body language, accepting others’ ideas, problem-solving and teamwork.
…Access to the Arts
- Globe Theatre has partnered with Regina Open Door Society to provide immigrant and refugee youth with an interactive program that strengthens their confidence, language skills and social integration. Over the past four years, more than 250 immigrant and refugee youth have participated.
- Your donation supports Globe Theatre’s inclusivity initiatives, including ASL-Interpreted, Audio-Described & Relaxed performances.
…the Cultural Vibrancy of Regina & Saskatchewan
- 70,000 people connect with Globe Theatre through the main stage, second stage and provincial touring productions.
What are the Benefits of Donating?
In addition to directly contributing to the continued success of Globe Theatre and its many outreach initiatives, you also receive great benefits that will enhance your experience at Globe Theatre!
**Donations of $15 or more will receive a Charitable Tax Receipt.
For more information about how you can donate to Globe Theatre, please contact
Jocelyn Anderson | Development Manager
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