Donations

 

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.

 

Why Donate?

Your gift supports…

 

…the Growth of Saskatchewan Artists

  •  77 artists were employed during 2015|2016 season, 44 of which were Saskatchewan artists.
  • All of the 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 that engages adults and young people with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). These workshops teach many of the skills that people with ASD struggle with – 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 would strengthen their confidence, language skills and social integration. Over the past three years, more than 140 immigrant and refugee youth have participated.

…Cultural Vibrancy of Regina & Saskatchewan

  • 70,000 people connect with Globe Theatre through the main stage, second stage and provincial touring productions.

 

How to Donate?

  • Visit our friendly box office staff at 1801 Scarth Street, 4th Floor.

Monday to Friday        9:00am – 5:00pm
Saturday                      10:00am – 5:00pm

  •  Click here to donate online.
  •  Call (306) 525-6400 and make your donation by credit card.
  • Mail a check to:
           Globe Theatre
           1801 Scarth Street
           Regina, SK   S4P 2G9

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!

 

Monthly Giving Program Level Chart

*One-time gift.
**Donations of $15 or more will receive a Charitable Tax Receipt.
***Discounts apply to local businesses where applicable.

 

What is the Monthly Giving Program?

The Monthly Giving Program is a convenient way to ensure a reliable stream of funding to important Globe Theatre programming. By pledging a monthly gift to Globe Theatre, you can make a bigger impact in our community and make a smaller impact on your wallet. Dividing your annual donation into twelve pre-authorized payments makes it simpler to fulfill your annual donation goals while staying within an easier to manage budget.

 

You may change/cancel your monthly gift by contacting us by phone or email at any time.  You will receive one consolidated tax receipt for your monthly donations at the beginning of the following year.

 

 

For more information about how you can donate to Globe Theatre, please contact

Misty Selinger, Development Manager
306-924-2840
mistys@globetheatrelive.com

 


Photo Credits:

McKenna Crawford |  Photo by Carey Shaw; Cast of Disney's  Mary Poppins. Direction by Ruth Smillie. Choreography by Stephanie Graham. Musical Direction by Anthony Bastianon. Set and Costume Design by Roger Schultz. Lighting and Projection Design by T. Erin Gruber. | Photo by Sharpshooter Photography; Students of Seven Stones Community School | Photo by Danielle Tocker; Dakota Hebert, Curtis Peeteetuce in Salt Baby. | Photo by Sharpshooter Photography; Hayden Perreault, Brin Geran, Izak Gelowitz, Annabelle Meyers-Whitson | Photo by Carey Shaw; Greg Ochitwa and Rebecca Lascue in The Snow Queen. Direction by Rachel Peake. Set and Costume Design by Scott Penner. Lighting Design by Wendy Greenwood. Composition and Sound Design by Jeremy Sauer. Choreography by Chancz Perry. | Photo by Chris Graham Photo; Photo by Danielle Tocker;  Annabelle Meyers-Whitson and Sophia Montenegro | Photo by Carey Shaw Photography. Bottom: Cast of Peter and the Starcatcher. Direction by Kelli Fox. Set and Costume Design by Laura Gardner. Lighting Design by Louise Guinand. | Photo by Michael Bell Photography; Dakota Hebert and Nathan Howe in Salt Baby. Direction by Yvette Nolan. Set Design by Johanna de Vries. Costume Design by Charity Gadica. Lighting Design by Leigh Ann Vardy. | Photo by Chris Graham Photo; Students of Seven Stones Community School | Photo by Danielle Tocker.

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