As a nonprofit, Association for the Colonial Theatre (ACT) relies on members and donors to meet operational costs each year. Tickets and concession revenues only contribute a portion of what is needed to maintain and restore the historic Colonial and deliver film and live programming. The rest comes from generous supporters.
Whether your attraction to the Colonial Theatre originates from a love of great film and performance, historic spaces and places, the preservation of Phoenixville and Chester County landmarks or arts and culture, generally speaking, there are many ways to contribute.
Contact Emily Simmons, Development Director, with questions or to discuss a gift: email@example.com or (610) 917-1228.
Does your employer match charitable contributions or have employee giving or volunteer reimbursement programs? You can double – or even triple – the impact of your donation to the Colonial Theatre. Be sure to mail your matching gift form with a copy of your gift receipt if making an online contribution. (Or, contact our Development office and we’ll be glad to assist.)
I bequeath ____% of my residuary estate (or $___________) to Association for the Colonial Theatre (ACT), a nonprofit 501(c)(3) charitable cultural organization, located in Phoenixville, Pennsylvania, for its ongoing film, live performance, and other programs. Federal Tax I.D. number: 23-2846336.For more information about Planned Giving and Gifts of Appreciated Stock contact Emily Simmons, Development Director at firstname.lastname@example.org or (610) 917-1228.
Medallion SocietyIndividuals who honor the Colonial with a bequest or other planned gift form the Medallion Society. There are no dues or fees associated with membership in this planned giving society. Planned gifts to the Colonial Theatre can have a profound impact on our work today and tomorrow and depending on the type of gift, can help you to achieve your financial and charitable goals. You are eligible for membership in the Medallion Society if you have named Association for the Colonial Theatre (ACT) as a beneficiary of your:
- Will or trust
- IRA or other retirement plan
- Life income or other planned gift (charitable gift annuity, charitable remainder trust, or remainder interest in a personal residence)