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DONATION CAMPAIGNS
Facilities Improvement P1
Restrooms, entryways, and facilities can be designed to support users with all levels of ability, and by making this investment, we are telling our audience they are important and that all are welcome at Gloucester Stage. This moment apart has provided the perfect timing to complete these necessary repairs and upgrades to our building.

This first phase of the strategic facilities plan is an investment of $193,000. To achieve this goal, we need supporters at every level to help us remove barriers to theater.
COVID Response Fund
Please consider making a contribution to Gloucester Stage to offset the losses sustained during this unprecedented time.

Funding at Gloucester Stage goes toward employing actors, stage managers, directors, designers, and staff as they continue to produce world-class theater on Cape Ann.

Thank you for making our mission impact possible.
2020 Annual Fund
Gloucester Stage's investment in socially relevant and intellectually stimulating theater in the Greater Boston area requires real financial commitment.

Please consider a donation to Gloucester Stage this year, so we can continue making an impact and begin finding new and unique voices to tell stories on our stage. Your donation is a direct investment in the artists who create world class theater at Gloucester Stage Company and will make a difference at every level.
Richard Mills Memorial Fund
Richard found Gloucester Stage almost immediately upon retiring on Cape Ann a decade ago, but not before meeting the wonderful Amy Bell, who has been his partner these past 10 years. Since then, he has been a fierce advocate of our mission and an outstanding director on the board. Richard embodied what being a patron of a local arts organization truly means. Attentive and taciturn in discussions, when he spoke, he revealed his entrepreneurial spirit was constantly calculating how the organization could better position itself for the future and who, in his wonderful network of friends, could help.

Richard cared deeply for his community and recognized the richness that arts and culture brings to Gloucester. He led a vibrant life with his loved ones, both in attitude and dress, always the most colorfully, impeccably dressed gentleman in the room. We will miss his counsel, effusive passion for the arts, and frequent stop-bys in the office just to check in and see what needed to get done.