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WAYS TO GIVE

Click "Donate Now" in the navigation bar above or click any of the boxes below to give online today. To donate by phone, wire transfer, or donor-advised fund, contact Moneé Gardner at mgardner@TheOldGlobe.org

Your employer may match your gift. For more information, contact Janet Myott at jmyott@TheOldGlobe.org.

To make a gift of stock, get instructions here.

To make a gift by mail, please send to:

   The Old Globe
   P.O. Box 122171
   San Diego, CA 92112-2171

To see options for joining the Circle Patrons at a level higher than $3,000, click "Donate Now" in the header at the top of this page.

Note: When you make an online gift, you have the opportunity to cover credit card processing fees, ensuring that your entire donation goes to The Old Globe. Thank you!

Other Ways to Give

If you are at least age 70 ½, you may donate your IRA required minimum distribution directly to the Globe and avoid income taxes on the gift. If you give more than $100,000 this year, you will benefit even more with the increased charitable deduction limit. Contact Bridget Cantu Wear at (619) 684-4144 or bcantuwear@TheOldGlobe.org for more information.

If you would like to leave a legacy gift to The Old Globe, so that future generations may enjoy great theatre, learn more here or contact Bridget Cantu Wear at (619) 684-4144 or bcantuwear@TheOldGlobe.org.

The Old Globe is a registered nonprofit 501(c)3 organization. Donations are tax-deductible. Our EIN number is 95-1543396.

Giving to The Old Globe online is a secure process. All information concerning donors or prospective donors, including their names, addresses and telephone numbers, the names of their beneficiaries, the amount of their gift, and other details, shall be kept strictly confidential by The Old Globe, its staff and volunteers, unless permission is obtained from donors to release such information.

For more information, please contact Llewellyn Crain at (619) 684-4143 or lcrain@TheOldGlobe.org.


Top photo: the cast of Hair; photo by Jim Cox.

"If you want to measure the impact the arts have on an individual's life, then I can tell you that for me, theatre matters."

- Justin Davis, Graduate of The Old Globe Military Veterans Apprenticeship Program, 2017

Every day, The Old Globe makes theatre matter in countless ways – and in ways you may not expect. Your gift can make theatre matter. Your gift will support all the extraordinary work of The Old Globe and make theatre matter to more people.

Productions and People 

You love The Old Globe’s world-class productions and the people who make them happen. Our sublime productions bring joy and laughter, connect us to each other, and remind us of our common humanity.

Arts Engagement and Humanities 

The Old Globe’s nationally renowned Arts Engagement programs serve 50,000 each year and galvanize members of our community through participatory theatre experiences and Globe for All tours of plays to community settings. The Globe’s Humanities programs, such as Thinking Shakespeare Live!, explore plays in context and make connections to broader issues and ideas.

The Next Generation

All young people deserve access to great theatre. The Globe offers free student matinees, programs in theatre performance and design, teacher and student workshops, and resources for the youth of San Diego.

New Work and Artists 

Theatre doesn’t exist without the playwrights, actors, designers, and directors to create and perform the shows you love. Salute the new plays and the talented artists who make theatre happen with a generous gift.

A More Equitable Future

The Old Globe serves the public good, including expanding opportunities for everyone in our community. Our community-developed Social Justice Roadmap points the way, and with your help, The Old Globe can offer programs to welcome all people through inclusive artistic, audience, and employment initiatives.