Ways to Give

4 Easy Ways to Donate

Every gift no matter how large or small contributes to Horizon’s ability to produce the stunning new plays you come to Horizon to enjoy. There are 3 easy ways to donate:

  1. Donate online through our ticketing system. You will need to use your Horizon account or create one if you haven’t yet.
  2. Donate using PayPal:
  3. Call our Development Manager Keena Redding at 404.523.1477 x114.
  4. Mail your donation to PO Box 5376, Atlanta, GA 31107.

If you have a question about how to make a contribution or need assistance with your donation, email Keena Redding at development@horizontheatre.com.

Stock Gifts

Stock gifts to Horizon benefit both Horizon and you. To make a stock donation, please contact
Regan Yates
Morgan Stanley

Horizon’s account number at Morgan Stanley for a stock transfer is 523.240244. Please reference DTC #0015.

Please contact Keena Redding at development@horizontheatre.com or 404.523.1477 x114 to notify Horizon of your gift. This will help us to acknowledge your gift in a more timely manner.

Producers’ Circle

So you want to be a producer? Sponsor the set, an actor, or an entire show. Please contact Keena Redding for customizable producer packages for the season! Email development@horizontheatre.com or call 404.523.1477 x114.

Matching Gifts

Matching Gifts are a great way to increase your giving level and donor perks! Please check with your company, or contact us for a list of companies in Atlanta that match employee contributions.

Planned Giving

Join our Founders’ Circle by designating Horizon as a beneficiary. It’s as simple as using the language below on IRA, insurance or other beneficiary designation forms; or providing it to your attorney for inclusion in your will or living trust. Then, we encourage you to contact us to confidentially record your intent, or to further specify the use of your future gift.

“I leave (e.g. % of your estate, $ amount, residue) to Horizon Theatre Company, a not-for-profit theatre in Atlanta, GA, to support their endeavors.”