2021 Fall Fund Drive

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What’s your favorite moment from a Monroe Community Players show?

Was it when you realized you liked Shakespeare after seeing The Tempest? The thrill you felt when Mary Poppins flew across the stage? When you shed a tear at the end of Of Mice and Men? Maybe it was when you laughed so hard you could hardly catch your breath during Gilligan’s Island: the Musical?

Or maybe it was one of thousands of other moments we’ve created over the seventy years since William D. Smith and H. Marie Betrus Smith founded the group?

Unfortunately, moments like those that you’ve enjoyed are expensive to make. Like everything else, the cost of putting on a quality show has increased dramatically (pun intended) over the past few years. It’s gotten to the point where ticket sales alone will not cover the costs of rental for the stage! In order to bring you the quality shows you have come to expect from Players we have no choice but to start asking for donations.

It is especially difficult during these COVID times when we cannot produce the shows that we all love and enjoy. Only your generous donations will see us through.

Our goal is to raise $10,000 by the end of 2020 and we need you to donate. Whether it is $5.00 or $1,000 no gift is too small (and as a 501(c)(3) organization, your donation may be tax-deductible)!

Giving to Players today will help make sure that your children, grandchildren, and neighbors can have memories like those you enjoy. As a bonus, the first 50 people to donate $50 or more will receive special recognition and other surprise benefits the remainder of this season and next!

Giving is easy. Simply click below and follow the link to our secure PayPal account (you do not need to have PayPal to donate by credit card) or if you prefer you may mail a check made out to Monroe Community Players to:

Monroe Community Players
PO Box 23
Monroe, MI 48161

Thank you in advance for your donation and thank you for helping to make unforgettable memories for so many other people.