Thank you for considering a contribution
to STAGES Youth Theater!
The generosity of our supporters and friends sustains the programs that play a critical role in helping young people take risks, build confidence and self-esteem, and find their voice during their important formative years. Quite simply, you make our work possible.
Your tax-deductible donation to STAGES Youth Theater makes it possible for us to continue providing a safe, inclusive space in which kids of all ages, abilities & backgrounds can find their voice through our nurturing theater programs.
BY CREDIT CARD:
Secure, online donations can be made any time via PayPal:
Checks can be made payable to “STAGES/Portland Youth Theater” and sent to:
STAGES Youth Theater
202 Woodford St
Portland, ME 04103
OTHER WAYS YOU CAN CONTRIBUTE:
Sponsor the STAGES Season. Place an ad in our program guide, and put your business brand in front of STAGES audiences!
Make a wish-list Gift. STAGES has an ongoing Amazon wishlist. These books, craft supplies, school products, and other items are critical to our ongoing programs and improvement of our performance venue. Also, when you sign up for AmazonSmile and select “Portland Youth Theater” as your preferred charity, Amazon will donate 0.5% of your purchases to STAGES!
Attend an Event. Stand by for details about our third annual STAGES Revel! fundraising event! Prepare to save the date and join us at STAGES Youth Theater for an evening of food, drink, merriment and sharing our future plans.
Thank you for your consideration! Do not hesitate to contact STAGES any time
with questions about other charitable giving opportunities.
(207) 699-3330 | firstname.lastname@example.org
“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.”
“Theater/STAGES was a critical part of my children’s development. Educators talk of the importance of sports and ‘teamwork.’ My non-athletic kids learned that through theater. They both appreciate the importance of expression through the arts….they are better people for it!”