Category Archives: Donations

Theatre Donation Benefits Local Churches

The tenth show in Hanover Little Theatre’s non-profit donation program has set a new standard of success. Thanks to the generosity of three matching donors, the theatre recently donated $1,025 to the Hanover Area Council of Churches (HACC), our non-profit partner for the production of Incorruptible.

This was the largest donation the theatre has made. The theatre donated $2 for every patron at the sold out Saturday, April 1 show and two anonymous donors and Sommer & O’Donnell – Attorneys at Law matched that donation. Patrons also made donations throughout the production to reach the final total.

HLT board members Bonnie Raubenstine, a cast member in the show, and Leslie Breighner, recently presented the check to HACC officials. Pictured, from left, Raubenstine, HACC Ministries Board members Dave Miller, Henry McLin and Nancy Werner, HACC executive director Carol Hinkle, HACC president Pastor Kate Schroeder and Breighner.

Since inaugurating this effort in November 2014, the theatre has donated $5,325 to a variety of groups. The upcoming production of Funny Business will benefit Main Street Hanover, Inc.

Theatre Makes Soroptimist Donation

Hanover Little Theatre (HLT) recently donated $400 to Soroptimist International of Hanover. HLT Board President Brian Shea (left) presented the check to Soroptimist President Danielle Mostoller.

The donation came from a fundraiser held during the recent production of The Oldest Profession at HLT. The theatre donated $2 for every ticket sold for the Saturday, November 12 show to the Soroptimist. An anonymous patron matched that donation. Patrons and friends of the theatre also made donations to reach the final total.

This marks the ninth show which has doubled as a fundraiser for a local nonprofit. The theatre has donated $4,300 to a variety of groups since inaugurating this effort in November 2014. The nonprofit partner for the upcoming production of Incorruptible will be the Hanover Area Council of Churches.

Revolt Benefits Golden Visions

charlie_golden_visionsHanover Little Theatre (HLT) recently donated $550 to Golden Visions Adult Day Services. HLT Board Member Charlie Beard (right) presented the check to Golden Visions Director Buffy Rice.

The donation came from a fundraiser held during the recent production of The Old People Are Revolting at HLT. The theatre donated $2 for every ticket sold for the Saturday, September 10 show to Golden Visions. An anonymous patron matched that donation. Patrons and friends of the theatre also made donations to reach the final total. All seven performances were sold out, providing a great opportunity to benefit Golden Visions.

This marks the eighth show which has doubled as a fundraiser for a local nonprofit. The theatre has donated nearly $4,000 to a variety of groups since inaugurating this effort in November 2014. The nonprofit partner for the upcoming production of The Oldest Profession will be Hanover Soroptimist, Inc.

Upcoming Show to Benefit Golden Visions

For almost 25 years, Golden Vision Adult Day Services has provided community-based services for seniors in the Hanover area. Hanover Little Theatre will raise money for this important organization during the production of The Old People Are Revolting, which has shows September 9-11 and 15-18.

12109152_1639099929694262_3230472360566009448_nTickets are on sale for The Old People Are Revolting. Performances are scheduled for 8 p.m. on September 9-10 and 15-17 as well as 2 p.m. matinees on September 11 and 18. Tickets are $15 with discounts available for students, seniors and groups. Season-long memberships are also available as HLT begins its 68th season.

This marks the eighth show where the theatre will raise funds for a local non-profit community partner. The theatre will donate $2 for every ticket sold to the Saturday, September 10 show to Golden Visions. An anonymous patron will match that donation, generating $4 for every person attending that performance. Additionally, donations for Golden Visions will be accepted at all seven performances of The Old People Are Revolting. Since inaugurating this program in November 2014, Hanover Little Theatre has donated $3,400 to a variety of local organizations.

Golden Visions provides a continuum of personal options for safety, security, and support for its clients in the least restrictive environment that assures dignity, independence, self-determination and the highest quality of life.

The box office, located at 360 Blooming Grove Road, will be open for ticket sales on August 27 and September 3 from 10 a.m. to noon and August 28 and September 4 from noon to 2 p.m.