Community Ticket Donations

The St. George Theatre has a long history of supporting local community groups through ticket donations to their fundraising events (Galas, Golf Outings, school fairs, and more). Here are some of the outstanding community organizations we have supported with ticket donations:

A Very Special Place
Autism Warriors
Cerebral Palsy Association of NY State
Children’s Village
Eden 2
Eger Harbor House
Independent Living Association
The Jewish Board of Family and Children Services
On Your Mark
Project Hospitality
Safe Horizons
Seaman’s Society
Staten Island Blind Society
Staten Island Developmental Disabilities Council
United Cerebral Palsy

To make a donation request for your organization, email info@sgtr.org. Proof of non-profit status (W9) is required as an attachment to your email to be considered. Please give all details such as name and date of event, location, beneficiary of event and when tickets are needed by. You will be contacted to pick-up the tickets.

Night of Theatre Program

Through our Night of Theatre community program, the St. George Theatre provides a special night to those members of our community for whom a theatre ticket would be out of reach due to financial challenges. Blocks of tickets are donated to community agencies who then select and invite those members they determine would most enjoy and benefit from this special experience. The attendees range from children to seniors, including those with disabilities. We partner with Project Hospitality who services the homeless, Seamen’s Society who services foster child care and other non-profits such as Safe Horizons, Grace Foundation, Eden II, and so many more. We are most proud of inviting the families of over 1,000 children with special needs to a performance of our annual Christmas Show each year.

St. George Theater Preps for Christmas Show – NY1 News

Thank you for giving my son Anthony the opportunity to attend the special showing of the Christmas show at the St George Theatre in a setting that was relaxing and enjoyable to him. He loved the show. I was thrilled that the Theatre recognized the special needs community of Staten Island.
Thanks again!
-Terry D’Albora