As we navigate our way safely back to live performances, we rely on our audiences’ support now more than ever. Your gift to the Annual Fund will further every aspect of our mission: to cultivate an enduring appreciation for dance through world-class performances, to inspire the next generation with exceptional education and professional training, and to connect with the community through meaningful and inclusive programming.
Your investment in Philadelphia Ballet today is an investment in the enduring power of ballet and the arts. On behalf of our dancers, musicians, and staff, thank you for your generosity. You truly make our work possible.
Philadelphia Ballet donors receive special recognition and exclusive access to behind-the-scenes opportunities, events, and other programming. Contributions are fully tax-deductible for donors who give less than $2,500 cumulatively in a calendar year. For donors who gave at the Leadership Barre Society level of $2,500 or more, contributions have a fair market value of $85 unless waived.
For more information, please contact Samantha Jones, Annual Fund Coordinator, at 445.544.8440 or email@example.com.
By making a gift of appreciated stock, you can deduct the full-market value of the stock and avoid incurring a capital gains tax. For instructions on making a gift with stock or mutual funds, please contact Zac Joseph, Director of Development, at 445.544.8415 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Breaking down your annual support into monthly or quarterly payments lets you give on a schedule that’s convenient for you. Supporter benefits are calculated based upon your total giving for the season. To schedule a monthly or quarterly gift, click the button below and or call 445.544.8416.
Many companies match gifts made by their employees to non-profit organizations. Some companies also match gifts made by spouses, board members, and retired personnel. Please contact your human resources department to determine if your gift qualifies. You may be able to double your gift to Philadelphia Ballet! For more information, please contact the Development office at 445.544.8416 or at email@example.com.
The following organizations currently support Philadelphia Ballet through their matching gift programs:
As of June 31ˢᵗ, 2021
By including the Philadelphia Ballet in your will or estate plans, you can make a more significant, lasting impact with the Philadelphia Ballet, while complementing your personal financial planning. Planned gifts are often larger investment that result in more favorable tax benefits and lifelong income for you and your family.
There are many ways to give! Philadelphia Ballet is always open to in-kind support, such as printing, office supplies, food and beverage, and more. For more information, contact the Development Department at 445.544.8415 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Make the most of your investment by designating your Annual Fund contribution to the program of your choosing.
Well-made, perfectly fitted pointe shoes are a significant cost for any ballet company – but they are a necessary expense to ensure our female dancers perform at their peak. Philadelphia Ballet’s dancers use more than 2,500 pairs of pointe shoes each season, at a cost of nearly $200,000! A contribution of $80 helps to underwrite a single pair, while a gift of $5,000 sponsors a female dancer’s pointe shoes for an entire performance season.
Since 1996, Philadelphia Ballet’s outreach and education programs have shared our love of dance with the people of Philadelphia by offering hands-on, high quality arts education activities in schools, at the theater, in our studios, and in the community, free-of-charge. Reaching thousands of students each year, these programs help to spark a passion for the performing arts, stimulate creativity, and increase cognitive skills.
School of Philadelphia Ballet prides itself on offering the highest caliber of dance education, providing our students with exceptional technical training and unparalleled performance opportunities. Founded by Barbara Weisberger, a protégé of the great George Balanchine, the school carries on his honored tradition of and devotion to developing young artists and preparing them to become successful professionals in today’s competitive ballet landscape. Support for School of Philadelphia Ballet allows us to remain a premier training facility and provides scholarship assistance to dozens of talented and underserved local students each year.