WARSAW – Wagon Wheel Center for the Arts is inviting the public to make a difference through the third annual Day of Giving campaign.
“As we come through these difficult times, the Wagon Wheel wants to be a healing force – continuing to provide a place where you can escape through music, dance, laughter, and community,” Wagon Wheel said in a statement released Monday, May 18.
Through a donation, the public can help support a place where the community and region can come together and heal once this crisis has passed. Your support on Day of Giving will provide your community with a place to escape and celebrate, and the chance to create memories as a family again, the statement said.
The goal this year is to raise $25,000 in support of the arts and preserve the 65-year legacy of the Wagon Wheel Theatre.
Donor and fellow community member, Judd Mason, will match every dollar you give up to $10,000 to help reach the goal.
Wagon Wheel announced recently it had canceled its summer season package, but is considering one show late this summer.
“It is with your continued support that we will be able to make sure the Wagon Wheel is around for many more years,” the statement said.
Anyone donating will receive a tax receipt for the full value on your donation and then purchase 2021 Season Tickets for $155.
Move your current subscription to 2021. Keeping your current seat locations and performance days and times. You will not be charged additional costs if ticket prices increase in 2021.
Also, those making donations can receive a Wagon Wheel Center for the Arts gift certificate in the full amount of your Subscription purchase, for use on future Wagon Wheel Center for the Arts events.
Donations can be made through Wagon Wheel’s Website. Or donate by mail. Make checks out to Wagon Wheel Center for the Arts and mail them to the box office at2515 E. Center Street. Warsaw, IN 46580.