A Raisin in the SunWith ticket sales and subscriptions covering just 55% of our budget each season, it takes YOU to sustain and propel a non-profit theatre company like TimeLine.

We welcome giving by both individuals and institutions, and are pleased to offer various benefits in consideration of your support.

THANK YOU for your interest in supporting us with a donation today!

There are several ways to make a tax-deductible contribution:


ONLINE

It’s quick and easy to make a donation of any amount online now:

Donate Now


RECURRING ONLINE

Consider a recurring donation—a contribution in any amount given automatically monthly or quarterly. It’s easy to set up online now:

Start a Recurring Donation


BY PHONE

Please call Lydia Swift, Development Manager, at 773.281.8463 x26


BY MAIL

Download our donation form and send with your contribution to:
TimeLine Theatre Company
615 W. Wellington Avenue
Chicago, IL 60657
ATTN: Lydia Swift

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GIFTS OF STOCK

If you would like to donate a gift of stock, please contact Lydia Swift, Development Manager, at 773.281.8463 x26 or lydia@timelinetheatre.com to provide the information needed to complete the transfer.


IN-KIND DONATIONS

TimeLine is occasionally in need of various products and services to support our productions, special events and ongoing work. If you would like to discuss a potential in-kind donation, please contact Lydia Swift, Development Manager, at 773.281.8463 x26 or lydia@timelinetheatre.com.


PLANNED GIVING

TimeLine is honored to acknowledge the thoughtful donors who have made us a beneficiary of their planned giving arrangements. These gifts help ensure the company’s longevity and success in the years to come. If you have made TimeLine Theatre a beneficiary of your estate, please contact Lydia Swift, Development Manager, at 773.281.8463 x26 or lydia@timelinetheatre.com, so that we may appropriately recognize your generous support.


Pictured above (from left): Toni Martin, Jerrod Haynes and Greta Oglesby in A Raisin in the Sun, 2013.

 

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