By giving to the UW School of Drama, you support:
- The opportunity for talented and deserving students to receive a truly world-class theatrical education in acting, directing, and design as well as theatre history, literature, and criticism.
- Recruitment, retention, and support an exceptional teaching faculty and their innovative programs and research.
- The continuation of theatre as a thriving art-form; you provide exceptional training opportunities for the next generation of theater professionals.
The School of Drama has been fostering the spirit of inquiry by providing artists and scholars with tools for critical and inventive thinking along with opportunities for practical application. You can help ensure that this tradition continues by supporting the school.
Make an online gift to a fund that supports:
Questions? Email School of Drama Constituent Relations Officer Hillary Long at 206-685-0600
Fill out our form (PDF) and send it along with a check or credit card number to:
UW School of Drama
101 Hutchinson Hall, Box 353950
Seattle, WA 98195-3950
Call School of Drama Constituent Relations Officer at 206-685-0600
Call the University of Washington Foundation at 1-877-UW GIFTS (887-894-4387). Please specify the Drama fund you wish to support.
Give via Payroll Deduction for UW faculty and Staff
University of Washington employees have the opportunity to support UW funds through payroll deduction. Learn more.
A planned gift incorporates philanthropy with estate and financial planning to benefit both you and the School of Drama. Planned gifts include life income gifts, retained life estate gifts, life insurance and retirement gifts, and outright gifts of assets and bequests.
Learn more about Gift Planning Options.
Establish an Endowment
An endowment is a permanent fund that is invested to grow indefinitely and provide continually increasing support. Similar to a savings account, new endowments are the most pressing need for the School. Endowment funds provide essential resources for faculty chairs, professorships, student scholarships, and specialty programs.
Learn more about Endowments at the University of Washington.
Gifts-in-kind are items of tangible personal property, such as art, books, computer equipment, costumes, or automobiles. Gifts are donated to the School and recorded at fair market value. Contact School of Drama Constituent Relations Officer Caroline Rensel at 206-685-0600 or firstname.lastname@example.org if you wish to discuss in-kind gifts.
Does your company participate in an employee gifts program? Some employers even match gifts from their retirees. You could double or even triple your gift to the School by submitting a company matching form along with your gift. See if your company has a matching gift program.