Naming is a great way to mark your significant support or pay tribute to a loved one. A variety of opportunities are possible, including your own creative ideas.
From naming a locker room in the gym, to a seat in our theater or even the entire Performing Arts or Aquatic Centers, your lasting contribution will add to the community spirit of our Playhouse in a most special way.
Click here for a list of available naming options, and feel free to contact us if you have an idea of your own. For example, Montaukers Suse and Peter Lowenstein made a poignant and treasured contribution to the Playhouse by naming our wonderful outdoor playground after their late son.
Writing a check today is not the only way to show your support for the Playhouse.
Whether the goal is to begin a family giving tradition or to continue supporting charities beyond one’s lifetime, planned giving helps donors carry on their charitable legacy and maximize income and estate tax advantages. Contact us to discuss the details of creating your planned giving arrangement.
You can make a long-term commitment to the Playhouse with an automatic monthly donation. This kind of continuing support really helps keep the Playhouse going and sustains our efforts to keep growing. It also adds up quickly – a monthly gift can quickly become a $5,000 or $25,000 gift. Download a pledge form to set up a monthly donation.
A great way for local businesses to support the Playhouse is by donating services and products. Things like hotel rooms, event space for fundraisers, raffle and auction items, and equipment and supplies for Playhouse programs are all incredibly helpful and much appreciated, mot to mention a great way to get involved. Contact us if you have something you’d like to contribute.
Montauk Playhouse Community Center Foundation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. Contributions are tax deductible to the fullest extent of the law.
In memory of our son Alexander we wanted to make a gift to the kids of Montauk. A playground seemed like the perfect thing and the Montauk Playhouse Community Center seemed like the perfect place for it. We hope that it will bring joy to many Montauk kids for many years to come. – Peter and Suse L.