Jaberi Dance Theatre | Sponsor
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Sponsor

Sponsor a project and help cultivate art and culture in Toronto

Contributions are accepted through Interac e-Transfer or by cheque *Please contact me for mailing address.

 

Supporters will be acknowledged on our website and all printed and electronic marketing and promotional material OR they can choose to remain anonymous.

 

Please contact us for more information about our projects or if you have any questions about the sponsorship process.

Thank you to our current supporters

We would like to acknowledge the support of the Canada Council for the Arts, The Ontario Arts Council and the Toronto Arts Council, and we extend our deepest gratitude to individual donors and audiences who have, and continue to support our work.

Producing quality performance art can be costly. When you sponsor a project, you become an instant collaborator, by supporting us with the resources required to create and stage new dance works. Your contribution will help us with two keys expenses:

 

  • Artist fees (performers, sound designer, costume designer etc.)
  • Production fees (venue rental, production manager, lighting designer etc.)

 

Your sponsorship will help us uphold an uncompromising standard of artistic quality, while helping to raise the profile of Canadian performing art nationally and internationally. Your support will help the company:

 

  • Produce innovative performances for audiences in Toronto and abroad
  • Continue our research and strengthen the exchange with the international arts community
  • Provide opportunities for local artists, prioritizing artists of colour, who will be employed through these projects
  • Raise awareness and stimulate dialogue about important cultural, social and political issues
  • Engage and mobilize audiences towards positive social change through accessible and affordable performances