Polyglot’s Circle

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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 +
Growing $10,000+
Inspiring $25,000+

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.

We thank:

Polyglot Circle Donors

SUSTAINING donors
The late Betty Amsden AO
Debbie Dadon AM

EMPOWERING donors
Mr Greg Shalit & Ms Miriam Faine
James McCaughey
K. Taylor & G. Ireton
Naomi Tippett AM

ENCOURAGING donors
The Australian Decorative and Fine Arts Society Melbourne Inc.
Sam & Monica Abrahams
Simon Abrahams
John & Diana Chew
Rev Fr Michael Elligate AM
Ruth Giles
Tom Gutteridge & Dr Angela Campbell
Sarah Hunt
Fairlie Nassau
Naomi Nicholson
Ian Pidd & Sue Giles
Antoinette Sharp
Tim & Lynne Sherwood
The Slome-Topol-Rosen Family Charitable Trust

SHARING donors
Nicole Beyer
Margaret Billson
Chew-Burt family
Fogarty family
Kathy Fox
Lucy McNamara
Fiona Menzies
Naomi Nicholson
Julian Pocock
Viv Rosman
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.

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