Other Ways To Give

Corporate Matching Gifts

Corporate Matching Gifts make your support go further! Did you know you could double or even triple the value of your gift? By sending us your employer’s matching gift form, you can increase the impact of your donation! Please ask your human resources or corporate giving office about your company’s matching gift policy.

Theatre for a New Audience currently receives support from the following companies through their Matching Gift Programs:

Bloomberg Philanthropies
The Carnegie Corporation of New York
Deutsche Bank Americas Foundation
Goldman, Sachs & Co.
The Pfizer Foundation
Troy Chemical Corporation


Gifts in Honor or Memory

Supporting Theatre for a New Audience is a thoughtful and meaningful way to honor a spouse, friend, or colleague for a special milestone in their lives, such as a birthday or anniversary, or pay tribute to those who have made a difference in your life. When you make a gift in Honor or in Memory of an individual, Theatre for a New Audience will send a personalized notification to the person or family you are honoring, to let them know of your thoughtful donation.

If you have a special event, birthday or milestone of your own for which you would like people to contribute to the Theatre in lieu of gifts to you, please contact James Lynes,
Director of Institutional Advancement at 212-229-2819, ext. 29 or by email to jlynes@tfana.org to make arrangements.

Make a contribution today!


Gifts of Stock

Consider the ease and advantages of a gift of stock—when you give appreciated stock that you have owned for more than one year, you pay no capital gains tax on the gift and you may claim the current higher value of the stock as a charitable deduction.

For information on supporting Theatre for a New Audience please contact James Lynes, Director of Institutional Advancement at 212-229-2819, ext. 29 or by email at jlynes@tfana.org.

Theatre for a New Audience is a not-for-profit 501(c) 3 organization.

Cast of Pericles directed by Trevor Nunn. Photo by Richard Termine.

 

Mark Rylance in Measure For Meaure.
Photo by John Tramper

 
Pictured above: Polonsky Shakespeare Center, photo ©David Sundberg/Esto.