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Packages Now on Sale. Not-for-profit organizations may request tickets from the theatre for auctions or fundraisers. STC provides a limited number of ticket donations to nonprofit organizations for auctions and fundraisers. STC can only support a maximum of one fundraiser per calendar year per eligible beneficiary group.
The beneficiary group of your fundraiser may have already received a donation through another event since multiple events often benefit one group.
Phone calls or emails for ticket donations will not be responded to. You may also request ticket donations by mail. In order to allow for sufficient time to review your request, all requests must be received at least 4 weeks in advance of the event.
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Kennel Free kennel service is provided for pets. Smoking Policy For the comfort and safety of all visitors, smoking including electronic cigarettes is permitted in designated smoking areas only.Together, we can transform challenges into opportunities. Private contributions are necessary for The Kennedy Center to help meet the ongoing needs of the children and adults we serve.
There are as many creative ways to financially support The Kennedy Center, as there are programs and services to support. Your generous donation is tax-deductible. As a c 3 organization, the government recognizes The Kennedy Center as a charitable organization and allows it to accept contributions.
The c 3 status not only grants The Kennedy Center tax-exempt status, it is a mark of credibility that proves your donation is going to a worthwhile cause. Further, The Kennedy Center is internationally accredited through CARF Commission of Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities and has consistently received the highest level of accreditation since first applying in Options include cash, checks, credit card payments, gifts of marketable securities, and other assets.
Please feel free to write or call for advice or details. Your gift can have an even greater impact if your company has a matching gift program. In some cases, your spouse's company may match your gift.
Gifts of Cash Traditionally, a majority of the gifts made to The Kennedy Center come in the form of cash, via check or credit card. A gift of cash entitles you to the most generous federal income tax deduction available for charitable contributions.
Gifts of Marketable Securities A gift of appreciated securities that you have held for more than one year is frequently the most economical way to give. You will be eligible to take a federal income tax deduction equal to the fair market value of the stock on the date of the gift for up to 30 percent of your adjusted gross income and will not have to recognize the appreciation as capital gain. See below for information about how to give securities or mutual fund shares to The Kennedy Center:.
Securities Held by Your Bank or Broker Please notify your bank or broker that you are making a gift of securities to The Kennedy Center and instruct your bank or broker to either telephone the Vice President of Finance atext.
Please tell your bank or broker not to proceed until speaking with someone in the Finance or Development Office. Securities Held by You Please send unendorsed certificates by mail, along with a letter giving your name, address, and the purpose of your gift to: The Kennedy Center Attn: Finance Department Reservoir Avenue Trumbull, Connecticut Telephone:ext. Do not complete any information on the stock power other than your signature and the date. If the certificate represents a greater number of shares than you intend to give to The Kennedy Center, please enclose a note requesting the return of a new stock certificate with the non-gift balance.
Your bank or broker can supply you with blank stock powers. The mutual fund company establishes the procedure for transferring shares, and our Vice President of Finance will be able to assist you with the appropriate letters of instruction. The Kennedy Center strives to offer programs and services across the age spectrum to individuals with unique talents, interests and goals.
Our programs and service models are based on current research, trends and literature in the field, as well as feedback and input from our stakeholders. Take a look. Business relationships are integral to the success of all employment options offered through The Kennedy Center. Together with the business community, The Kennedy Center seeks to offer cost-free placement services based on the specific needs of each company.
Find out more. Kennedy Center employees are our greatest resource in serving infants, children, teens, adults and seniors with intellectual and developmental disabilities. We offer career opportunities over a wide range of full-time, part-time, on-call and temporary positions designed to make you not just successful — but significant.
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Phillips Center maintains a fair and balanced distribution of donations. Requests will only be considered for organizations once each calendar year. Make a Donation Request. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts. Before submitting a request, please keep these things in mind: Only federally licensed c 3 nonprofit, charitable organizations are eligible to receive donations.
We support organizations specifically benefiting the arts, youth education or wellness. Ineligible purposes include competitions or contests; recognition events; holiday parties; door prizes, giveaways, raffles or other incentives; walk-a-thons; pageants; scholarships; ambassador programs; or any individual- or team-centric purpose.
If the donation will go toward an event, we must receive requests least 60 days before the event takes place. To submit a request, fill out an online form and also include these details in a typed version on company letterhead: The mission statement of your organization. The type of organization, the year it was established and a brief description of the services it provides. The name and a description of the event requesting support, including its date, location and expected number of guests.
Fill out our online form, attach your request on letterhead and we'll get right back to you.Our program site, located in Trumbullprovides a level of security, safety and comfort. Services are provided Monday through Friday 8am-4pm. Transportation can be arranged. The Senior Options Program began in as a part-time work, part-time activity program to facilitate the transition from work to retirement activities for consumers age 50 and older. Today we provide services for up to 28 participants ranging in age from 50 to 80 years on a full or part-time basis.
With a program staff of seven, we provide individualized services and offer our highly diverse in terms of culture, age, interests and abilities group of seniors supportive transition to non-vocational opportunities. A staff R. Sincethe Senior Options Program has served as an excellent training ground for students of surrounding colleges and universities in the areas of gerontology, human services, occupational therapy, rehabilitation, counseling and psychology.
Several of the interns have gone on to become valuable employees of the agency. The Senior Options Program welcomes volunteers who would like to share their talents on a one-time or ongoing basis in areas such as: woodworking, painting or drawing, needlework, singing, crafts of all kinds, computer skills, reading and writing, cooking, photography, or music appreciation.
We also encourage volunteers who would like to share their musical talents, to play board games, to read out loud or tell stories, or to let others experience the world through photographs and stories of their own travels.The Kennedy Center Welcomes You!
For more information, please contact the Senior Options Program Manager at or email. The Kennedy Center strives to offer programs and services across the age spectrum to individuals with unique talents, interests and goals. Our programs and service models are based on current research, trends and literature in the field, as well as feedback and input from our stakeholders. Take a look. Business relationships are integral to the success of all employment options offered through The Kennedy Center.
Together with the business community, The Kennedy Center seeks to offer cost-free placement services based on the specific needs of each company. Find out more. Kennedy Center employees are our greatest resource in serving infants, children, teens, adults and seniors with intellectual and developmental disabilities. We offer career opportunities over a wide range of full-time, part-time, on-call and temporary positions designed to make you not just successful — but significant.
Browse through our current openings. Donate Now. Get Involved. Advocacy Action Alerts.We will continue to monitor the situation as it evolves to ensure the health and safety of our employees, patrons and community. Thank you for your patience and understanding during this challenging time. We will be in touch with information regarding new show dates in the upcoming weeks.
The health of our employees, patrons, artists and community is paramount. We look forward to seeing everyone back at The Taft Theatre very soon. Refunds are available at point of purchase. Please stay safe during this unprecedented time. We are sorry for any inconvenience this may cause. Refunds will be given at the point of purchase. Please hold on to your tickets as they will be valid at the rescheduled show.
The Lucky Chops are prioritizing the health and well-being of their production crew, hosts, and guests, and appreciate your understanding during this unique time. If you previously purchased tickets for this show, you will not need to purchase again for the rescheduled date. Stay safe! Please hold on to your tickets as they will be honored at the rescheduled show. Fri Sep 18 Lucky Chops. Tue Mar 30 Colin Hay. Wed Jan 20 David Foster. Sat Sep 26 Whose Live Anyway? Sun Aug 23 Home Free.Should you wish, you can decline benefits, allowing you to claim the full value of your gift for tax purposes.
Members who decline benefits are still eligible to receive benefits without a value of goods and services, including Ticket Priority. Kennedy Center policy concerning visitor photography and videography of the interior and exterior of the building. Still and video photography are not permitted within theaters and during most performances unless otherwise stated via signage or with the express permission of Kennedy Center staff. For events presented by a third-party organization, photography policies are subject to change.
To learn more about renting Kennedy Center theaters, visit our Rentals page. Additional tickets may be purchased through the Subscriptions Office after you receive your tickets in the mail and up until the performance goes on sale to Members for single tickets on sale date vary by production and season.
Please contact the Subscriptions Office at with any questions. If you are already aware of a date conflict through December ofwe are happy to set up a pre-exchange request in our system that will provide the ability to exchange your tickets prior to printing and mailing.
If you are submitting a pre-exchange request, you must know the date into which you are exchanging. If you have a conflict for a performance after Decemberafter receiving your tickets in the mail, you may exchange your tickets until the Member on-sale date for that performance dates to be announced by calling the Advance Sales Box Office at For Theater performances, exchanges are possible within the same production.
For all other genres, you are able to exchange for other genres, excluding Theater. How do I become a Kennedy Center volunteer? You have 0 items in your cart. Send us an email What can we help you with? Frequently Asked Questions Accessibility Do you have any resources or programs for educators who are working with students with disabilities?
I have questions about how to provide accessibility at my arts organization. Who can I contact? What is VSA and how can I find out more about it? VSA, the international organization on arts and disability, was founded by Ambassador Jean Kennedy Smith to provide arts and education opportunities for people with disabilities and increase access to the arts for all. Learn more about VSA and its programs. Where can I find information about accessibility? Who can I contact if I have questions or want to request an accommodation?
The Kennedy Center welcomes people with disabilities. We are glad to help! Please call our office at so we can ensure the gift is properly recorded and communicated to your gift recipient.
How can I become a Member? Is my Membership tax-deductible? Your Membership gift may be made online or by calling Member Services at Membership gifts are tax-deductible, minus the fair market value of goods and services. How can I support the Kennedy Center? There are several ways to support the Center.
By becoming a Member you will receive exclusive behind-the-scenes benefits and access. Kennedy Center National Patrons make fully tax-deductible gifts in support of all Kennedy Center programs nationwide. There are no benefits associated with National Patrons gifts. Visit the support section of the website to learn more about other giving programs, such as making a gift of time by becoming a Friends Volunteer and making a gift through your Will and Estate Plans.
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