If you would like to make your own contribution to cultural life, you can do so directly using our online donation form– with your debit card, credit card or Paypal – or by conventional bank transfer. In either case, you will immediately be sent a tax-deductible gift aid certificate by post. You do not have to be a member of the Friends of the National Theatre to do so.
Please provide your full address if you pay by bank transfer so that we can send you a receipt for your donation.
Thank you for your donation!
Would you like to organise a local fundraising campaign in support of our projects?
Are you a managing director or hold a senior position in your company and would like to organise a fundraising evening or presentation at an event?
If so, there are certain ways we can assist you. We will provide you with rollups, flyers and some small tokens.
If you wish, we can can arrange for a representative of our association to attend your event and explain our ethos and activities.
Just give us a call: Tel.: +49 (0)89 / 531048
Make a posthumous difference with a donation as part of your will or in someone’s memory to help ensure cultural life goes on. Legacies and bequests to the Friends of the National Theatre can provide lasting assistance to many projects. Memorial donations also help us support causes that the deceased person believed in.
What mark will I leave when I’m gone? Many people ask themselves this. A will provides an opportunity to do good and have a lasting effect. As well as remembering friends and family in your will, you can also include the Friends of the National Theatre by means of a donation, for example. This enables you to continue supporting a cause that you perhaps held dearly during your life. If you do not make a will, the rules of statutory succession apply. A will enables you to determine how your estate is distributed.
Demonstrate someone’s love of culture with a memorial donation. The death of a loved one is a painful loss for their family and friends. In the face of their grief, the bereaved often feel the need to act in their loved one’s name. Many people therefore request donations in the name of the deceased instead of wreaths and flowers at the funeral. This is a nice gesture, which often fulfils the loved one’s last wish.
If you would be interested in this special kind of donation, we would be happy to advise you in person. We look forward to hearing from you.