Make a difference at the Fredericton Playhouse this Giving Tuesday

Each year, after the hustle of Black Friday and Cyber Monday, charitable non-profits take centre stage with Giving Tuesday – and that includes the Fredericton Playhouse!

Giving Tuesday is a global movement all about giving, volunteering, and coming together for our favourite causes and supporting charities in our communities. This year more than ever, the Fredericton Playhouse needs your support to continue our work of sharing the magic of live performance with the community.

As you may know, we are in the midst of our annual Friends of the Fredericton Playhouse campaign. As a charitable non-profit organization, we depend on donations from our Friends every year to help bring the joy and magic of live performance to thousands of people in our community. This year, though COVID-19 has presented us with a new reality, our commitment to celebrating and sharing the possibilities of the performing arts is no different. Your donation can help your community by supporting our School Field TripsPay What You Will, and Arts Are for Everyone programs. 

How can you help? 

  1. Join the Giving Tuesday movement and be part of the most charitable day of the year! Donations to the Fredericton Playhouse, either one-time or recurring, are accepted HERE
  1. Do you have a Box Office credit from cancelled or returned show tickets? Call the Box Office today at 458-8344 to turn that credit into a donation to the Playhouse!  

By joining our circle of Friends, you can help us do great things in our community, now and in the future. This year, more than ever, the Playhouse couldn’t run without the support of our fantastic community and volunteers. Thank you!  

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