Fox Theatre McCook Nebraska

T: (308) 340-3298

 412 Norris Avenue | McCook, Nebraska | 69001

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Renovation work on Fox Theatre Stage;

Fox Theatre Fundraising Campaign

It is not often that the chance arises to make a lasting difference to the well-being of our community.  The Fox Theatre Renovation Project represents this exact kind of opportunity today.  The project needs your generosity, commitment, and dedicated service to help preserve this historical site.  We invite you to join us in creating a valuable cultural resource for future generations.  Financial support of this project is a prudent investment in our community’s future and quality of life.

To move forward with The Fox Theatre Renovation Project, the Alliance for the Encouragement of the Visual and Performing Arts has initiated an intensive capital campaign. The goal of this campaign is to secure a total of $1,500,000 necessary to finance the entire project and operating endowment.  These funds will be raised from Foundation and Government Grants, gifts and pledges from individuals and families, the area business community and other sources.

Memorials

The Fox Theatre offers many appropriate memorial opportunities to perpetuate the memory of a loved one, one’s self, or one’s family name.  The names of donors and their memorial purposes will be inscribed and presented on a wall display that will be permanently located in the lobby of the theatre.  This display will stand as testimony to each donor’s part in creating the Fox Community Theatre Project.  Donors may remain “anonymous” if so desired.

Gifts and Pledges

Gifts and pledges may be in cash, securities, or other property. For donors whose contributions will be made from income rather than other resources, a deferred payment plan is being used, with donors being asked to subscribe to multiple payments over a period of up to five years. All payments to the Alliance for the Encouragement of the Visual and Performing Arts, a 501c(3) Corporation are Tax deductible within current legal limits.