How Your Donation Makes a Difference
STORY CHAMPION You'll be credited on the Puppet Origin Stories page. You will also receive 2 tickets to a TFP production.
PUPPET CHAMPION You'll be credited on the Puppet Origin Stories page, get milestone updates on the Puppet's journey within TFP, and 4 tickets to TFP production(s).
LEGACY CHAMPION You'll be credited on the Puppet Origin Stories (POS) page as Principle Supporter, get 8 tickets to TFP productions, and your chosen puppet will be featured in a POS production.
SCHOLARSHIP CHAMPION As a Scholarship Champion, you are supporting emerging Makers and Designers of puppets. You will have naming rights to The Maker's Lab, and be invited to all TFP production(s).
About Campaignends 28 Feb 2023, 11:59 PM
Each Puppet Origin Story (POS) is heartwarming, demonstrates the legacy that we would like to leave behind, and is key to knowledge sharing with our international puppetry counterparts. We hope you can be part of this with us.
Please click through this link
to access the Puppet Origin Stories page, and make a donation to champion a story you feel most affinity for. Your donation will help us expand and extend the life of the Puppet, and enrich its storytelling journey.
We have listed donation tiers below as a recommendation, but we deeply appreciate all amounts. We thank you in advance.
About the Charity
The Finger Players is one of Singapore's leading theatre companies, best known for inventively fusing puppetry elements into its visually-arresting productions, and its strong advocacy of puppetry.
Founded in 1999, The Finger Players strives to be a centre of research and development for the creation and performance of puppetry in Singapore.
In 2019, The Finger Players became the first arts collective in Singapore to operate on a rotating artistic director model, with each Artistic Director helming the fort for a stipulated tenure.
The Finger Players is a non-profit organisation with Institution of Public Character (IPC) status, a recipient of the National Arts Council's Major Grant for the period from 1 April 2017 to 31 March 2020, and from 1 April 2021 to 31 March 2023.