Support Key City Public Theatre

Did you know that ticket sales cover only a portion of the expenses of operating a theater?  Additional funds come from business support, grants — and from donors like you!  The generous financial support of community members ensures quality year-round programs and performances to enjoy with family and friends.

 

Become a Sponsor

Support a 2014 mainstage show — or the whole 2014 season — and enjoy the many benefits of sponsorship!


To learn more, click here.


Business Owners: Advertise With KCPT

Join more than 100 local businesses by advertising in our playbills. Reach over 13,000 theatre patrons annually and support our vibrant Port Townsend theater scene.

To learn more, click here.


To Get Started, Contact Us…

Please call us at 360-379-0195 to learn more about sponsorships or advertising.

 

 

We welcome in-kind donations, too…

Wanted for use in KCPT’s operations:

  • Light duty pick-up truck,
  • 1 dozen wooden cafe chairs,
  • Heavy-duty moving dolly w/4-way casters
  • Desktop PC less than 4 years old
  • Mac Laptop for Sound Booth less than 4 years old
  • Large full-length mirrors
  • Floor-refinishing equipment
  • Gently-used double sized bedding
  • Computer printer
  • Laptop computers for teens

We are a 501(c)3 non-profit organization.  All donations are tax-deductible to the full extent of the law.


Thank you for your generous support!

Donate to KCPT

Donors of $50 or more become members of KCPT for one year.

 

To see a complete list of membership benefits, click here.

 

 

Donate online…

 

 

OR you can contribute via mail…

Send your check to:


Key City Public Theatre
P.O. Box 194
Port Townsend, WA  98368

 

 

Have you considered these options?

 

— Employer matching gifts —

— Repeating pedge donations —

— Legacy giving —

— Donating stocks —

 

Contact us at 360-379-0195 to learn more about these giving opportunities.

 

 

Thank you!

 

We are a 501(c)3 non-profit organization.  All donations are tax-deductible to the full extent of the law.


Thank you for your generous support!

 

Membership Benefits

Donors of $50 or more become members of KCPT for one year.
Membership in KCPT means you can vote in our Board elections, are eligible for member discounts, and are recognized in our programs (unless you ask to be anonymous).

 

Additional benefits are available at these giving levels:

 

MEMBER CIRCLE  $50 – $99

    • Membership in KCPT

    • E-Newsletter.

CAST CIRCLE  $100 – $249

    • All benefits listed above, plus…

    • Invitation to special season preview reception.

STAR CIRCLE PATRONS  $250 – $499

    • All benefits listed above, plus…

    • Opportunity for a backstage tour with the Artistic Director.

DIRECTOR CIRCLE  $500 – $999

    • All benefits listed above, plus…

    • Opportunity to attend a rehearsal with commentary by the Artistic Director.

PRODUCER CIRCLE  $1000 – $2499

    • All benefits listed above, plus…

    • Two free tickets to a show

    • Two complementary beverages

    • Invitation to special events.

PATRON CIRCLE  $2500 – $4999

    • All benefits listed above, plus…

    • Four free tickets to a show

    • Hosted dinner with Artistic Director.

ANGEL CIRCLE  $5000 and above

    • All benefits listed above, plus…

    • Tickets to one Seattle theater production, attended with our Artistic Director

 

 

Amazon Smile benefits KCPT

Amazon Smile is a website operated by Amazon that lets you enjoy the same wide selection of products as on Amazon.com.

The difference is that when you shop on Amazon Smile, the AmazonSmile Foundation will donate 0.5% of the price of eligible purchases to your choice of charitable organizations — such as KCPT!

Shop on AmazonSmile…

 

 

Take a cruise — and benefit KCPT

Cruise the San Juans and help KCPT!  Join Puget Sound Express for an exciting 3 day cruise through the San Juan Islands — and benefit Key City Public Theatre at the same time!

Selected by National Geographic as one of the world’s top three destinations, the waters around San Juan Islands are home to orcas, minke whales, gray whales, stellar sea lions, porpoise, otters, and a dizzying array of seabirds.

Two trips to choose from — May 7 – 9, 2014 — or — September 28 – 30, 2014.  Three Days, Two Nights; $675 ppdo/750 per single person.  Enter coupon code KEYCITY14 when you check out, and 10% of the proceeds will be donated to Key City Public Theatre.  Puget Sound Express website…

Puget Sound Express is a family-run wildlife and whale watching company based in Port Townsend. They have strong educational partnerships with The Olympic Audubon Society, Dungeness River Center, Port Townsend Marine Science Center, and the Center for Whale Research.

 

 

Key City Public Theatre receives multiple grants in 2012

July 2012 — KCPT has received a $2000 grant from U.S. Bancorp Foundation. This is the third year in a row that U.S. Bank has supported KCPT in this way.  Thank you  to Katy Gifford and everyone at U.S. Bank.

 

We have also recently received a grant from Target Corporation for our ongoing educational programs.  Thank you Target!


Local U.S. Bank branch manager Katy Gifford

and KCPT Artistic Director Denise Winter.

Photo by Eligius Wolodkewitsch / KCPT

June 2012 — KCPT regularly seeks funding for our many levels of theatre needs and projects. This year, so far, grants have been awarded to us for Capacity Building, our Perfoming Arts Series and for Capital Improvements.

A $3,000 grant was awarded at the sixth annual Grantmaker’s Forum by Jefferson County Community Foundation. The proceeds of this grant will strengthen and enhance the abilities of the KCPT board and staff to achieve and build a five-year strategic plan for measurable and sustainable results.

A $2,000 grant was received from the Western States Arts Federation (WESTAF) to support our Performing Arts Series, Artist-in-Residency program. Support from WESTAF and the National Endowment for the Arts is based upon the artistic merit of the artists with whom we collaborate and the reach of our programs through the Pacific Northwest.

This year, KCPT is proud to announce a collaboration with the Inner Fish Performance Company from Kelowna B.C. Inner Fish is an nterdisciplinary performance company that collaborates ith artists from diverse disciplines to create original work that challenges the boundaries of live performance. The company’s goals are to destabilize perceptions and open opportunities for reflection that creates meaningful experiences for audiences. Under the auspices of artistic directors Neil Cadger and Denise Kenney, former Port Townsend resident and KCPT director, the company is committed to offering educational and professional opportunities for emerging interdisciplinary artists.

The Rotary Club of Port Townsend awarded KCPT $1,000 to help repair the roof at the theater office located on Lawrence Street.

Throughout the years, Key City Public Theatre has received public and private grants from local and national associations that include the u.s. Bancorp Foundation, Target Corp., Humanities Washington, the Port Townsend Arts Commission, Washington State Arts Commission, Western States Arts Foundation and the National Endowment for the Arts.