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Good News! The Provincetown Tennessee Williams Theater Festival can accept your stocks or bonds as donations. This is termed a Free Delivery. The Festival is a charitable 501(c)(3) organization, so your gift of stocks is tax deductible to the fullest extent of the law. Stocks can be easily transferred to our Charles Schwab account.
Find out more about the tax benefits of donating stock, click here.
If you wish to donate stock, click here to send us an email, or just call Festival Director Jef Hall-Flavin at 866-789-TENN. We will send you all the details. It's easy!
Donate Housing and receive tickets, advertising on our website and other great benefits!
Tickets only cover about a third of our costs. Fortunately there are people like you who believe in the power of live performance – and in the good work we're doing here in Provincetown – that they have given us the means to bring the Festival to life.
Individual donations are the most significant funding source we have. Join the growing list of those who have made a contribution. Since 2006, our donors have made an impact on the worldwide reach of America's playwright with nine world premiere Tennessee Williams plays, over 100 innovative performances of his lesser-known works, and dozens of new work inspired by our Festival's mission.
Your gift is fully tax-deductible under the rules of charitable giving in your state. We are a 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation.
"Stella for star!"
So chimes Blanche DuBois in Williams' indelible play, A Streetcar Named Desire.
In 2012 we are launching a new level of giving with a new loyalty program.
To become a member of the exclusive Stella Circle, pledge $2,500 per year for three or more years.
If you buy a Carte Blanche pass (which gives you full access to every Festival event) or give $300 or more during the year, you're considered a sustaining donor. Our sustaining donors are invited to exclusive events during the festival, such as wine tastings, celebrity cocktail events with the likes of Olympia Dukakis, John Guare, Anne Jackson, Eli Wallach, Betty Buckley and Michael Urie have appeared.
For gifts great and small, for loose change and large checks, for believing as we do that the enduring work of Tennessee Williams can change lives, the heartfelt generosity of our friends inspires us to do our best. Your gifts revive a worn-out word with personal significance… support.
Sustaining Donors, January - December 2011:
Joseph Agostini & Jonathan Shee
Dr. Scott Allegretti
Barbara Tucker Cardinal
Scott Dolny & Michael Palmer
Ernden Fine Arts
Far Land Provisions
Kathleen M. Fitzgerald
Green Family Foundation
Dan & Jef Hall-Flavin
Gabrielle Hanna & Marcy Feller
Bolton Harris & Paul Breen
Kristin Hein & Phillip Cozzi
Ron Kollen & Mark Wisneski
Joseph Roy Mendes
Dr. Kevin Murphy
Peter Petas & Ted Jones
Frank Rioux & Tim Brown
Susan & Ken Sala
Berta Walker Gallery
Jade & David Walsh
Gail P. Williams & Dawn L. McCall
Woods Orthodontics PC