Polyglot’s Circle is an annual giving program for individuals and families.
Together, Polyglot’s Circle plays a crucial role in strengthening the company through both financial support and advocacy.
Polyglot’s Circle donors and their families enjoy a closer relationship with the company through behind-the-scenes access to our performances and events, regular updates on Polyglot’s adventures, acknowledgement in our publications and the satisfaction of knowing your support is making a real difference to the cultural life of children of all ages and backgrounds.
We invite you and your family to join Polyglot’s Circle by making annually, a tax deductible donation at the following levels:
Sharing $250 +
Encouraging $500 +
Empowering $1,000 +
Sustaining $5,000 +
It is only through the support of a range of individuals, philanthropic and government partners that Polyglot can continue to develop, present and tour new theatre works and collaborative projects in Victoria, around Australia and internationally.
The late Betty Amsden AO
Debbie Dadon AM
Mr Greg Shalit & Ms Miriam Faine
K. Taylor & G. Ireton
Naomi Tippett AM
The Australian Decorative and Fine Arts Society Melbourne Inc.
Sam & Monica Abrahams
John & Diana Chew
Rev Fr Michael Elligate AM
Tom Gutteridge & Dr Angela Campbell
Ian Pidd & Sue Giles
Tim & Lynne Sherwood
The Slome-Topol-Rosen Family Charitable Trust
Dr Fiona Wahr & family
Tax deductible details
The Polyglot Theatre Fund is listed on the Register of Cultural Organisations and endorsed as a Deductible Gift Recipient (DGR) covered by Item 1 of the Table in section 30-15 of the Income Tax Assessment Act 1997. The Fund is registered as a Charity with the Australian Charities and Not-for-Profits Commission for Advancing social or public welfare and Advancing culture. Donations of $2 or more are tax deductible.