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THE SPOTLIGHT! Imagine an opportunity to make an enduring contribution to your community, which future generations can reach out and touch….


In March 2015, a Community Campaign was launched to seek support from 100 families, businesses and organizations with a passion for the performing arts in Niagara to make a gift of $10,000 (or more) to raise $1,000,000 for a Community Sustainability Fund.


The FirstOntario Performing Arts Centre Community Fundraising Campaign wants to cast you in a lead role. We invite you to join our family of benefactors and make a tax-deductible gift of $10,000 or more (over a period of five years). As a founding supporter, your generosity will secure distinct recognition on a spectacular permanent donor wall in the Algoma Central Corporation Community Lobby. This homage to donors will be unveiled in early 2016 for all patrons to see, in perpetuity.


There is still time to step into the spotlight. Show how much you value performing arts in your community.


For details contact fundraising campaign chair Peter Partridge at 905-321-5424 or peter.partridge@gmail.com


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YOUR SEAT Everyone can make a difference


For just $500 per seat (tax receipt for full amount!), you have the opportunity to choose your preferred seating in Partridge Hall. Plus we will personalize any purchased seat(s) as thanks for your kindness, for all theatre-goers to see. Join us in building a new cultural legacy for future generations at the FirstOntario Performing Arts Centre.


For more information contact the Box Office at 905-688-5601 x3700 or 905-688-0722.


Or visit FirstOntarioPAC.ca and check out the special benefits you will receive.


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