Click "Make a Donation" above to give online today, or to donate by phone, wire transfer, or donor-advised fund, contact Llewellyn Crain at lcrain@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
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 Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2021, H.R. 133, signed into law on December 27, 2020, extends the CARES Act provisions through 2021 allowing those who do not itemize their taxes to deduct up to $300 for charitable contributions (donor-advised funds are not eligible) and removes the cap on charitable deductions for those who itemize, raising it from 60% of adjusted gross income to 100%.
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!
Thank you for helping The Old Globe rise above this challenging time.
The Old Globe is a registered nonprofit 501(c)3 organization. Donations are tax-deductible, as permitted by law. Our FEIN 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 any other questions, please contact Llewellyn Crain at (619) 684-4143 or lcrain@TheOldGlobe.org.
Photo credits, carousel banner at top of page: Love’s Labor’s Lost in the The Lowell Davies Festival Theatre; photo by JT MacMillan. View of the audience seats from The Old Globe theatre’s Donald and Darlene Shiley Stage. Students on The Old Globe’s Copley Plaza; photo by Rich Soublet II. Performers take a bow at the Powers New Voices Festival in the Sheryl and Harvey White Theatre; photo by Rich Soublet II. Morgan Hallett in the Globe for All tour of They Promised Her the Moon; photo by Rich Soublet II.
Photo credits, giving levels by ascending amount: Nicolette Burton, Matt Doyle, Oyoyo Joi, and Salisha Thomas in The Heart of Rock & Roll; photo by Jim Cox. Jared Van Heel and Cornell Womack in As You Like It; photo by Jim Cox. Bianca Norwood in The Tale of Despereaux; photo by Jim Cox. Colin Donnell and Casey Likes in Almost Famous; photo by Neal Preston. Brad Oscar and Jessie Cannizzaro in Ken Ludwig’s The Gods of Comedy; photo by Tom Miller. Harvy Blanks and Amari Cheatom in August Wilson’s Jitney; photo by Joan Marcus. Sophie Hearn in Life After; photo by Jeremy Daniel. Sofia Jean Gomez, Louisa Jacobson, and Candy Buckley in Romeo and Juliet; photo by Jim Cox. Jenn Harris and Rami Margron in Hurricane Diane; photo by Jim Cox. Morgan Hallett in They Promised Her the Moon; photo by Jim Cox. Regina De Vera and Luis Vega in Steve Martin’s The Underpants; photo by Jim Cox. Lameece Issaq and Giovanni Cozic in Noura; photo by Jim Cox. Edward Watts and Tommy Martinez in Dr. Seuss’s How the Grinch Stole Christmas!; photo by Ken Howard.
When our stages were closed by war or destroyed by fire, we continued to make theatre as the community rallied to bring the Globe back, better than ever. Today we are one of the nation’s great theatre companies, creating sublime productions that bring joy and laughter, that connect us to each other, and that remind us of our common humanity.
The coronavirus pandemic has brought great change to our world. But some things remain constant: the sun still rises, the earth still turns, and The Old Globe is still at work.
The Globe is responding to this period of upheaval with energy, adaptation, and innovation. We are developing new ways to deliver theatre programs online. We remain committed to serving our community and staying engaged with our supporters. We are planning a reopening worthy of this great institution. One day soon, you will again be with us to see the plays and experience the programs you cherish.
But until then, with our productions postponed and major source of revenue suspended, we need your help. With your support, we will all keep the GlobeRISING.
Thanks to your generosity and belief in the power of theatre art, we will continue to employ as many staff members as possible, reach hundreds of thousands of people with our online programs, and devise dozens of innovative new ways to make theatre matter.
At the core of why The Old Globe exists is a mission to empower people. Theatre is an irreplaceable means of fostering connection, empathy, and beauty in the world. Thank you for helping us rise during these challenging time.