Donation

Where Donations Go

Parents donations to the Lincoln Theatre program help in great ways to make the show happening in January. They go towards all design elements of our class, costumes, construction, licensing, printing costs, and other related expenses that may arise. Please consider the value of The Lincoln Theatre education (over 100 hours of instruction) and make your contribution today!

We are encouraging a donation of $150 per student enrolled in the program.

We accept donations in cash or by check (in the order of "Lincoln Middle School PTSA" and "Drama" plus your "child's name" in the memo line), both in a sealed enveloppe. Donations can also be processed online. Any amount within the donation tiers below is greatly appreciated. We aim at 100% participation as parents support is key to get corporate sponsors support.

Donation Tiers

Where Dreams Are Born ($50-$149)

At the Where Dreams Are Born level, you will have your name in the program and one show gram for your child.

Dreams Do Come True ($150-$299)

A Dreams Do Come True donor will get everything in the above package, plus a kudos message for your child in the program.

I'm Flying ($300-$599)

As a I'm Flying donor, you will get all of the items in the above packages plus a 1⁄4 page special tribute in the program.

Heading Far Out of Sight ($600-$999)

Donors at Heading Far out of Sight will get all of the above with a 1⁄2 page special tribute in the program, and two reserved seats to one performance.

Miles Beyond the Moon ($1,000 +)

As a Miles Beyond the Moon donor, you will get all of the above with a full page special tribute in the program, and four reserved seats to one performance.

Acknowledgement

After donating online, you will receive a payment confirmation by email from the LMS PTSA. Please forward it to us so we can accurately and immediately update our budget: lmstheatreprogram@gmail.com

Unless you preferred to let your donation anonymous, we will thank you in our program's donors page. Please visit last year production program to see what it looks like: tinyurl.com/lincoln-theatre-aladdin