STAGES Sponsors & Donors

We are honored to recognize the supporters and friends that make STAGES Youth Theater’s programming possible. We simply couldn’t do it without you! If you are interested in supporting STAGES please click here for more information, or contact us any time.

Current Sponsors

Coffee By Design

BRONZE SPONSORS (up to $499)
Capt’n Eli’s Soda
First Pier
MittelAsen, LLC
Oxbow Brewing
The Law Offices of Joseph L. Bornstein

Recent Grants &
Foundation Support

Coffee By Design’s Rebel Blend Grant 
The Stephen & Tabitha King Foundation
The Town of Yarmouth

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make a gift to STAGES!

Individual Donors

Katelin Day & Emily Dixon
Heather Davis
Barb Fairman (in honor of Hollye Seddon)
Maria Fox & Mark Shaughnessy
Julie & Brian Fournier
Deirdre Fulton McDonough
Alisha Goldblatt
Felice & John Harlow
Jennifer Hutchins
Danya Kazakavich
Lisa & David Koloski
Stacey & Daniel Koloski
Judith & Richard Koloski
Natalie Krawitz
Pine Point Animal Hospital
Elizabeth Provost
Marizela & Jansen Savic
Hollye & Dave Seddon
Judy & Dave Seddon
Amy Sneirson
Sally Struever & Peter Eiermann
Diane Vafiades
Toni & Kevin Wade
Victoria Wilson

STAGES also gratefully acknowledges the following organizations and individuals who have contributed advice, expertise, volunteer hours and/or other services in support of our mission this year: Bare Portland & JJ Peeler; Breakwater School; Heather Davis, Katie Day; Liz Freeman; Lyric Music Theater; Michelle Matheson; Christine Scammell; Woodford’s Congregational Church; University of Southern Maine Huskies Day of Service; and Charity West.

This list includes donations made since January of 2019. We make every effort to keep this list up to date and complete – please contact us if there are any errors or omissions.

“Inclusion, confidence, empathy, support. STAGES teaches life long lessons that go far beyond any stage. There is NO youth theater experience like it.”

Julie Fournier, STAGES Parent

“I’m not sure I would have wanted my children anywhere else during their formative years, other than with STAGES or at performing arts related programs. The supportive atmosphere was like no other.”

Beth Doane, STAGES Parent