How To Donate
1. Donate Online
Canada Helps Org is an easy way to make an online donation. Donate through our portal here and make an instant impact.
Donate through ATB Cares web portal. No fees, no transaction costs. Search for “The Shakespeare Company Theatre in the Round Guild” and select the amount you want to give here https://www.atbcares.com/donate
Charitable Impact is a Vancouver-based organization with roots in the charitable and tech sectors. Processing fees are only 2.8% if made with a credit card. Donate to us via Charitable Impact here.
Giving Tuesday on December 1 2020. Donate on the biggest day of giving this year through our Giving Tuesday page here https://www.canadahelps.org/giv3/55488
2. Text to Donate
Text ‘BARD’ to 20222 to donate $10 or $20! Make sure to reply YES to confirm your donation. The amount will be added to your cell phone bill.
3. Mail In Donation
Send us a cheque by mail. Any donations over $20 will receive a tax deductible receipt:
The Shakespeare Company
PO Box 22401
RPO Bankers Hall
Calgary, AB – T2P 4J1
4. Donation Matching
Donate through your office’s corporate matching program to double the value of your contribution.
Your Donation Matters
In 2019, box office sales contributed less than 40% of our operating budget. Over 60% of our income relies on donations, grants and sponsors to support our initiatives. With the uncertainty around production spaces and no ticket sale revenue, your support becomes even more important. Here is where your support goes:
Making Shakespeare accessible through innovative performances and inspired directing – giving our local actors award worthy roles to tackle & people like you an affordable high-class production.
Giving students in Calgary and area the chance to see Shakespeare performed live – the way it’s meant to be. With our Outreach Program putting on 50 minute productions in schools, students gain a deeper understanding of the text which helps them find success in the classroom. We also work with local teachers to bring classrooms to the theatre where students experience full-scale productions.
Supporting local emerging artists the opportunity to work and perform in full-scale, live productions of Shakespeare – setting them up for future success.