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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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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Questions? Contact Director of Development, Sara Clark at firstname.lastname@example.org
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 email@example.com 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
William O. Purdy, Jr. Fund of the Greater Cincinnati Foundation
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