Every ticket purchased to any Jaguars 2014 home games, through the secure Give and Go 100 site, a donation is made to Amelia Community Theatre.
Give and Go 100 is your chance to get the best deal on Jaguars tickets in town while supporting your favorite charity! For every ticket you purchase to any of the Jaguars 2014 preseason and regular season home games through the secure Give and Go 100 site, you automatically donate $10 to Amelia Community Theatre. Once the organization has sold 25 tickets, your $10 donation will be matched dollar for dollar for their WeGive.org project, instantly doubling your impact! And even better, once Amelia Community Theatre sells 100 tickets, the match becomes a 3-to-1 deal, which means it could make up to $30 per ticket purchased!
In addition, your donation is being matched dollar-for-dollar and sent to fund this nonprofit’s project on WeGive.org.
ACT’s project is Taking Theatre To Children in Nassau County Schools
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Give and Go 100 is a partnership of the Nonprofit Center, the Jacksonville Jaguars, The Jaguars Foundation, the DuBow Family Foundation, and WeGive.org. Only tax-exempt 501c3 organizations located in and serving Northeast Florida can participate.
Taking Theatre to Children in Nassau County Schools
Goal: Our goal is to present a 30 minute play at each of the Nassau County elementary schools.
Total Project Value: $800
Amelia Community Theatre’s project involves taking a 30 minute play to elementary schools in Nassau County. Our greatest expense is for royalties for each performance. We have a troupe of adult actors called the Peppermint Players who perform for children and for seniors at assisted living facilities. We have traveled to preschools and elementary schools in Nassau County since 1981. However, we are not able to do this every year, due to resources. Funding would allow us to pay royalties for many more performances, thereby visiting more schools. We also need better sound equipment to use in the very large cafetoriums where we perform. We have often found that our play is the first live theatre that many of the children have ever seen. We encourage them to write and produce their own plays, using their imagination – creating their own costumes and sets. Our shows often have a gentle lesson, whether it is about recycling, tolerance, or accepting oneself. Funds will also be used for costumes, props, and set pieces. Everything we use for the play has to fit in our cars and be easily set up on the school stage.