About Campaign

ends 31 Dec 2019, 11:59 PM
Since Centre 42 opened its doors in April 2014, we have been home to more than 150 artists and theatre collectives, and supported the development of over 170 new theatrical projects. But as we strive to do even more for the scene in the coming years, we need your help!

While the National Arts Council does provide us with some funding, we are still required to raise at least 45% of our annual operations costs in order to sustain the company.

One part of our efforts to fundraise is through Grow the Cloud: we seek to garner support from people who believe in our mission. Our goal for this initiative is to raise $20,000 by the end of 2019.

The icon for this campaign -the Cloud- is symbolic of our identity and intermediary role in the theatre ecosystem. Clouds play an important role by providing shelter from the sun. And when the clouds get big enough, it rains, which helps things to grow.

Every contribution adds to our Cloud Bank, enabling us to continue supporting and growing Singapore's theatre scene through our myriad of programs and initiatives.

Your gift will go an especially long way right now, as every dollar will be doubled by the Cultural Matching Fund in 2020. Also, our IPC status has just been renewed, so all cash donations will receive 250% tax deduction!

Read about the work we do from the community of performance makers and cultural workers we've got to know in the past 5 years: http://centre42.sg/seeding-clouds/

About the Charity

Centre 42 is a theatre development space established in 2014. We are committed to the creation, documentation and promotion of text-based works for the Singapore stage.

Occupying a pre-war bungalow along Waterloo Street, we have made this blue house a home for independent artists and collectives; a safe space to trial and create new works; a repository of our local theatre history and resources.

The Centre's objectives are:
1.To nurture talent and incubate content, particularly in the area of text-based works and playwriting;
2.To build public awareness and appreciation for Singapore theatre; and
3.To be a focal point for research, documentation and critical discourse on the development of Singapore theatre.


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