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Gifts to The Warehouse Theatre make Greenville and the Upstate a better place to live, work and visit. Help us celebrate what The Warehouse Theatre has accomplished over the past 45 years—and help define what we will become in the future.

 

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We are a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, which means your donation to The Warehouse Theatre is tax deductible. You can choose to make a one-time gift or give throughout the year with automatic monthly or quarterly donations. Likewise, you can choose to make a general donation, which will help with operational and building costs–think buying tools, marketing, and paying the light bill. Or, you can designate donations to go to a specific activity, such as our educational programs. In this case, your gift would help pay a teacher to conduct a workshop, buy supplies for a class, or purchase text materials.

Additionally, donors who give at the Patron Level and above ($250 and up) are invited to attend our Backstage Pass Events and other special opportunities to watch technical rehearsals.

To find out more about becoming a corporate sponsor, please call our Director of Corporate Development Clare Ruble at 864.235.6948 or email her.

 

WE DOUBLED IT!

We did it!   Thanks to the generosity of our supporters the theatre has fulfilled The Graham Foundation dollar-for-dollar challenge grant. This campaign increased The Harriet Wyche Endowment for Professional and Artistic Excellence at WHT by $100,000 and will make a lasting impact in the theatre and our community for generations to come.  Thank you!

Visit the Community Foundation website to donate to the endowment.

Give to the Endowment

Donate while you shop!

Purchase through Smile.Amazon.com and 0.5% of your total will be donated to The Warehouse!  Start HERE.

Donors also enjoy special benefits, such as Backstage Pass Events that offer a personal and intimate look at the many aspects of theatre production. Please contact Katie Leckenbusch, Director of Development for more information.

NOTE: Gifts that include the benefit of tickets are not 100% tax deductible.