Because of you, upon completion of PROJECT38, 85-90% of students report improvement in inter-personal skills like creativity, collaboration, critical thinking and grit. Also, up to 90% claim improvement in Shakespeare comprehension. Most importantly, PROJECT38 fosters empathy among peers. After participating in PROJECT38, 70% of students claim they have more tolerance for opinions that are different than their own.
“I feel like the virtual switch helped under the circumstances. I loved how positive everyone was and the energy from the virtual festival. It was very well done!” - Ms. Gleason, Mouth of the Wolf Homeschool
“I learned more that without being able to be near each other people will still gather in unexpected ways and produce something great.” - Student from Liberty Junior High School
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Donate by Mail
Please make a check out to Cincinnati Shakespeare Company and mail to:
Cincinnati Shakespeare Company
217 W. 12th Street
Cincinnati, OH 45202
Donate by Phone
Please call Associate Director of Development, Elaine Cox at 513-381-2273 ext. 3200
Donate at the Theater*
The box office will be happy to accept and process a tax-deductible donation by cash, check or credit card at:
The Otto M. Budig Theater
1195 Elm Street
Cincinnati, OH 45202
*Call in advance for current hours (513)381-2273
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We wish to thank the following corporations, foundations, and agencies who have supported PROJECT38, from 2019-present. We are forever grateful.
We endeavor to correctly recognize all of our supporters. If you see a problem with this list, please accept our apologies and email firstname.lastname@example.org to correct. Thank you.
The H.B., E.W. and F.R. Luther Charitable Foundation, Fifth Third Bank and Narley L. Haley, Co-Trustees
Paul Sittenfeld, in memory of Eva Jane Romaine Coombe
Cincinnati Shakespeare Company’s PROJECT38 won the Grand Prize at the 2017 SVP Fast Pitch Competition, an eight-week nonprofit training program and grant award