Cultch Connects funds veterans to attend the Ceasefire Series

Cultch Connects funds veterans to attend the Ceasefire Series

Last week our Cultch Connects donors made a real difference in our community by giving veterans and seniors from our community partner The Whole Way House free tickets to our Ceasefire Series. Our Cultch Connects program provides free tickets to our holiday hit the East Van Panto and other shows throughout our season to people in need in our community. Thank you to everyone who has donated so far!

“All of the men have enjoyed the opportunity to get out of the building and attend a play – something most of them haven’t done in many, many years. Thank you for giving them this opportunity.” The Whole Way House team

Whole Way House Society provides community building programs and tenant support services for 133 vulnerable seniors and veterans in the Downtown Eastside. Whole Way House is dedicated to creating a safe and welcoming environment, building meaningful relationships and a community that instills worth, value and dignity. The veterans and seniors saw all three shows in the series, SmallWar, Three Winters, and The Believers Are But Brothers, which marked the 100 year anniversary of the armistice of World War One.

Each year, our donors give 2,000 free tickets to children, low-income families and community organizations. We believe that art is for everyone, and income or life circumstances should never be a barrier to participation in live performance.

By making a gift this year, you can help make more tickets available than ever before. This year will be our most ambitious Cultch Connects fundraising campaign yet. Donate by the deadline on November 30 2018, and our anonymous match-funder will double your gift!

The Cultch is also collecting donations of non-perishable food items, toiletries, clothing and fitted twin bed sheets in our lobby until November 17. If you would like to make a donation of any of these items, please bring them to The Cultch.

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