If you haven’t made it yet to see our production Brainpeople by Jose Rivera, you still have seven chances to get there. And, trust us, you do not want to miss it. Remaining performances are 10/20, 10/25, 10/26, 10/27, 11/1, 11/2, and 11/3 at 8:00 PM at Theatre Off Jackson, 409 7th Ave S in […]
Our supporters are already stepping forward to GiveBIG! There is no reason to wait until next Wednesday (May 10) to show your commitment to our work here at Latino Theatre Projects.
By clicking on “Donate to Latino Theatre Projects Now” below, you will be taken to our donation page on the GiveBIG website. Once there, by clicking on “Donate Now”, you can schedule your contribution in support of Latino theatre and culture today. Your pledge will be automatically processed on Wednesday as part of annual Seattle Foundation’s GiveBIG campaign.
Every year in May, the Foundation organizes GiveBIG to focus thousands of potential donors on supporting the great work being done is our communities by local non-profits. Literally, millions of dollars will be distributed by donors just like you.Whether you can “Give BIG” or “Give Small,” it all goes to making Latino arts come alive!
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Your contribution could bring even more support to LTP! Whether you make your contribution today or you wait until Wednesday, your name will be entered in the “Dollars For Change” lottery. Every hour on May 10, Seattle Foundation will draw the names of several donors. If you are drawn, an additional $2,500 will be given to Latino Theater Projects by the Foundation. Over $350,000 in “Dollars For Change” will be distributed!
Please make your commitment to Latino Theatre Projects TODAY! Whether it is producing Latino plays, coordinating Latino musical events, and working in the community to provide arts education to Latino youth, it is the support of people like you that makes all of that possible.
With your support, we will be bringing another great Latino play to life in September at Theatre Off Jackson. In these challenging times when communities are being marginalized and arts and cultural funding is under attack, it is more important than ever to support the telling of these Latino stories.