STAGES Sponsors & Donors

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STAGES GRATEFULLY ACKNOWLEDGES 
THE GENEROUS SUPPORT OF OUR 2020
GOLD SPONSOR, COFFEE BY DESIGN!



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.

2020 SEASON SPONSORS

GOLD SPONSOR($1,000+)
Coffee By Design

BRONZE SPONSORS (up to $499)
First Pier
MittelAsen, LLC
Pack-Edge

RECENT GRANTS & FOUNDATION SUPPORT

The Onion Foundation
Coffee By Design’s Rebel Blend Grant
The Town of Yarmouth

INDIVIDUAL DONORS

Reba Askari
Deb & Neil Axelrod
Todd Backus 
Elizabeth Bliss
Andrew & Colby Marvin Bracy
Robin Carter
Brenda Collins
Jake Cote
Teri Coviello
Katelin Day & Emily Dixon
Heather Davis
Linda Edgar
Barb Fairman (in honor of Hollye Seddon)
Julie & Brian Fournier
Maria Fox & Mark Shaughnessy
Liz & Jim Freeman
Deirdre Fulton McDonough
Alisha Goldblatt
Carolyn Graney & Mike Wilson
Michelle Handley
Felice & John Harlow
Jennifer Hutchins
Nancy Jones
Danya Kazakavich
Lisa & David Koloski

Stacey & Daniel Koloski
Judith & Richard Koloski
Natalie Krawitz
Mark Magee
Quinn Malter
Pine Point Animal Hospital
Jennifer Pochurek
Elizabeth Provost
Mark Rubin
Marizela & Jansen Savic
Hollye & Dave Seddon
Judy & Dave Seddon
Devyn & Kendall Shaughnessy
Amy Sneirson
Sally Struever & Peter Eiermann
Cecile Sullivan Rohrbach
Johnny Taylor
Diane Vafiades
Will Vafiades
Shannon Wade
Toni & Kevin Wade
Charity West
Erik Whitton
Victoria Wilson

This list includes recent donations made through April 3, 2020. We make every effort to keep this list up to date and complete – please contact us if there are any errors or omissions.

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

“My time at STAGES gave me a sense of belonging, and presented an entry point for something that I found myself so passionate about. These experiences helped to shape my love of the arts and appreciate the impact that the performing, and later visual, arts could have on my life.”

Anonymous

“The best part about having my child in STAGES was it was a place where she could go and be herself. She was accepted and loved for who and what she is. As the parent of a special needs child that is invaluable.”

Mark Barrasso, STAGES Parent