Fundraising


Fundraising and Newsletter01 Dec 2014 01:06 pm

Did you receive the Annual Appeal email a few weeks ago? There’s still time to make a fully tax-deductible donation to the Passyunk Square Civic Association! Click here to read the Annual Appeal letter. There are many ways to donate, and every dollar raised directly supports weekly litter pick-up, tree planting and maintenance, education reform, neighborhood outreach and more! Thanks to those who have already made a donation.

Fundraising18 Nov 2014 08:45 am

Dear Passyunk Square Neighbor:

Thanks to you for your continued support which makes it possible for us to provide so many wonderful services to our community. As we reflect back on the past year, we are grateful to so many engaged community volunteers that have made our organization strong and our neighborhood so vital. We have accomplished so much and look forward to continuing to make our community an even better place to live in 2015. Whether you chipped in at a clean-up, participated in our home tour, volunteered on a committee, or simply attended our general meetings and shared your ideas, you were critical to our success and we hope you will keep on participating.
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Columbus Square and Fundraising03 Nov 2014 05:55 pm

Discounted Theatre Tickets for a Good Cause!

Get engaged and support your local community theatre AND the Columbus Square Park Revitalization project!

Theatre Exile is offering Passyunk Square neighbors a discount on tickets for the November 7 performance of Red Speedo by Lucas Hnath. A portion of the proceeds will be donated to the Columbus Square Park Revitalization project. It’s a win-win-win for everyone. Tickets are being offered for $30 (regularly $35) for the 8:00 pm performance on November 7. Please reference code: PARK when ordering tickets. If you are unable to make this date, please reference this code for any date you can attend. Visit www.theatreexile.org to see a list of all the performance dates.

Red Speedo is a taut, darkly comic new play which explores the battle between building a family and the business of winning at any cost. Charles Isherwood of The New York Times writes, “[Lucas] Hnath is quickly emerging as one of the brightest new voices of his generation.” If you have not had the pleasure of seeing a Theatre Exile production, this is the time to do it!

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