Keep Jobsite Rocking

An Online Fundraiser

We’ve lost  over three-quarters of a million dollars in revenue since the theaters closed in March of 2020. Since then, rising costs and diminished audiences has meant we’ve not been able to break even on expenses, burning through our reserves and the emergency funds we were able to get from foundations and the government.

We’re asking our fans and supporters to donate what they can on April 26 this year and also help by spreading the word through personal stories about what the company means to you.

We’ve set an ambitious $35,000 goal and have two-to-one matching funds available for the first $10,000 in donations to help get us there. Can we count on you? Every $1 counts on a day like this.

11:15a update: we’ve currently raised $19,650 of our $35,000 goal — what a great start to the day! Can you help us cross the finish line?

Join Us!

Thank-You Happy Hour!

Apr. 26, 7-9p
New World Brewery
 
We are inviting all of our #GiveDay2022 donors to an informal, outdoor thank-you happy hour at New World Brewery (the new-New World) from 7-9pm to hoist a celebratory glass. We’ll provide one complimentary quaff, and we’ll have some nibbles on hand so that you have something to wash down. We may even have a few surprise announcements, making you all the first to hear some exciting news about next season!

Opportunity Drawing

Because we can’t legally call it a “raffle”.

Each and every single donation (of any amount) equals one entry per drawing into our opportunity drawing. On Apr. 26, we’re holding hourly drawings.

Plus, all entries throughout the day will be entered into a grand drawing good for a VIP table for 4 plus a signed poster and other goodies left at your table for any remaining show in 2021 (Shockheaded Peter, Dr. Ride’s American Beach House, or Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde.)

2 Responses

  1. I don’t think Jobsite really cares that much about it’s donors. As a Rockstar subscriber, even donating one ticket back to the organization, I haven’t received much “love” back. No shirts, no hoodies, no special events, etc. Reaching out to volunteer or help doesn’t get me anywhere. I am still giving and subscribing, but something will need to give soon. There are other worthy causes around.l

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