Your gift will help our Theatre bridge the gap between ticket revenue and what it takes to bring great art to our stages.

Online: Click Here to be taken to our secure online donation page.
By Mail:  Send your gift to ACT Theatre, 700 Union St, Seattle WA 98101.
By Phone:  Call the Development office at 206.292.7660 x1330

Read about other ways to support ACT: 
The Partner Program | The Legacy Society | Matching Gifts 
The Endowment Fund | Stock Gifts | Honorary and Memorial Gifts


The Legacy Society

Keep ACT thriving for future generations! The ACT Legacy Society was formed to honor those who have provided for ACT Theatre in their estate or long-range financial plans. Such planned gifts are a strategic way to make a lasting impact on the cultural vitality of our region by safeguarding the future of ACT. Becoming a member of the ACT Legacy Society is easy! Simply inform us that you have named ACT - A Contemporary Theatre as a beneficiary of your estate plans. All details of your gift will be held in the strictest confidence. Please let us know your plans for tomorrow so we have the opportunity to thank you today! When you do, we'll add you to the invitation list for our Annual Legacy Club brunch, held each year in the Fall.

Questions? Contact Clare Hausmann, Director of Development at


The Endowment Fund

The purpose of the ACT Endowment is to produce long-term investment results in support of ACT's artistic, educational and operational efforts. Launched in 2002, the ACT Endowment has now grown to over $2 million. With your added contribution the ACT Endowment can continue to grow, providing the theatre with steady and reliable revenue into the future.

Questions? Contact Jill Robinson, Development Officer at

Matching Gifts

Your generosity could go twice as far! If your employer offers a Matching Gift Program, your level of support could be doubled, or even tripled.  It's as easy as 1 - 2 - 3:

  1. Contact your Human Resources Office for eligibility guidelines. Many companies will match gifts for retirees and spouses, as well.
  2. Obtain a Matching Gift form from your Human Resource Office. Many companies also provide the form online.
  3. Fill out the employee portion of the form completely and mail to:

Development Department
ACT Theatre
700 Union Street
Seattle, WA 98101-4037

ACT would like to thank these companies for their matching gifts to ACT, and the employees who took the time to send in their forms on behalf of ACT. In thanks for taking these easy steps to secure a matching gift, ACT will take into account your company’s donation when assessing your Partner level!

Questions? Contact Megan Brewer at


Stock Gifts

ACT is able to accept gifts of appreciated securities, or stock. Should you choose to give a gift of appreciated securities please note our guidelines and stock gift procedures, below:

  1. Notify ACT's development office of your intent to donate appreciated securities by emailing
  2. Provide your financial consultant with the Charles Schwab DTC instructions that follow.
  4. Upon receipt of the shares in good order, Charles Schwab will liquidate the securities in the most cost-effective manner for ACT.
  5. Charles Schwab will document the receipt and sale of the donated stock to you and to ACT.
  6. ACT will issue an acknowledgement letter to you for the amount received from the sale of stock.


Charles Schwab & Co., Inc.
DTC # 0164, Code 40
Account #9776-1920

101 Montgomery Street
San Francisco, CA 98104
Tax ID: 94-1737782

If delivering a physical stock certificate, please call us in advance to ensure the proper paperwork is submitted for transfer. This will facilitate timely acceptance and processing of your gift.

Questions? Contact Megan Brewer at


Honorary and Memorial Gifts

Gifts in honor or memory of a special occasion, friend, or loved one receive special recognition in ACT's programs. Recipients of honorary tributes will be personally notified of any gift made in their name. For gifts made in memory, please let the development department know whom to notify of the gift.

Questions? Contact Megan Brewer at