Support

You Can Support Red Earth Theatre by:
Joining our Board:
we welcome pro-active, energetic individuals who value live theatre, education and community to be a part of the Founding Working Board
Volunteering:
in areas such as ushering, front of house and operators for shows; and also organization administrative help.
In-kind Expertise:
accounting, fundraising, marketing, legal, website development
Financial Support:
Red Earth Theatre is a 501c(3) organization and as such can accept tax-deductible contributions. Consider becoming a Program Sponsor and underwriting one of our upcoming offerings,  or a Season Sponsor and supporting the Red Earth Theatre’s ongoing operating and administrative expenses.

** Consider setting up a monthly contribution directly to our account – Email us at *protected email* or call 928-399-0997

SPONSOR THE TLAQUEPAQUE SHOWS

                    UPDATE  ON TAX DEDUCTIBLE DONATIONS

• If you itemize your deductions your contribution is more easily tax deductible.
• Ask about the IRA Qualified Charitable Distribution (If your distribution goes directly to a qualified charity and you receives no benefit from it, you do not pay income tax on the distribution.)
• Talk with your Stock Broker about
appreciated stock and other appreciated property as a gift to a non-profit and then let us know how we can assist with that.

No amount is too small and we thank you for all your support.

Please contact us at:  gro.e1544694888rtaeh1544694888thtra1544694888eder@1544694888ofni1544694888 or by phone at 928-399-0997 for more information.

THANK YOU TO OUR SUPPORTERS:
ARIZONA COMMUNITY FOUNDATION – SEDONA
SALT RIVER MATERIALS GROUP
THRIVENT FINANCIAL
Twice Nice-Verde Valley Sanctuary
MacClinic Sedona
ChocolaTree
Unity Church, Sedona
Margaret T Morris Foundation
Legacy Life Transitions
New Territory Arts

Sedona  Strategy Marketing
Staples (Sedona)
ProBuild
Yavapai College (Verde Valley)
Arizona Stronghold Winery

Producing Partners:
Sedona Arts Center

Sedona Art Museum
Sedona Heritage Museum
Sedona Recycles
Made in Clarkdale
Old Town Center for the Arts

 

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