As a professional community theater, Thingamajig Theatre Company relies on hundreds of people — actors, crew, volunteers, fundraising experts, sponsors, advertisers, donors… and our newest group of supporters, the ‘Friends of the Theatre’ — to help make our productions unfold for our locals and visitors here in Pagosa Springs, Colorado.
If you have any questions or want to make a pledge, large contribution, a matching gift or have inquiries about naming rights to the theater, theatre seating, dance studio, art gallery, music room or children’s theater please feel free to contact Executive Director Laura Moore at 970-507-0408, or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org
Laura can inform you about making contribution for the Pagosa Springs Center for the Arts and Thingamjig Theatre Company. Donations can be accepted through our ticketing vendor or mailing a check to the Thingamajig Theatre Company at 2313 Eagle Drive Pagosa Springs, CO 81147.
Thingamajig Theatre Company is a 501(c)(3) status organizations. All contributions are tax deductible to the extent allowable by law. All current monies donated will go directly to the renovation of the Pagosa Springs Center for the Arts, production costs, providing artists wages, and upgrading equipment unless specified for an endowment.
GREAT NEWS: Thingamjig Theatre Company Receives Grant from Colorado Creative Industries (September 2014)
Thingamajig Theatre Company has recently received a grant in the amount of $6,500. The grant was given by Colorado Creative Industries, a state agency, to help communities develop strategies for using arts and culture to diversify or strengthen local economies and to strengthen ties within and between cultural groups of their community.
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