Ways to Give
Donate to AWB
Together, we can make a lasting impact. Supporting AWB means supporting individuals with physical disabilities as they pursue their passion for the performing arts and build self confidence in a safe, inclusive space. We invite you to join our incredible community of donors who are instrumental in keeping our mission alive and our programs running.
Become a Sponsor
Empower talented individuals with physical disabilities by supporting their interest in the performing arts as an Acting Without Boundaries sponsor. Become part of an exhilarating organization that creates transformational change for all. Sponsorship contributions go towards the overall operation of AWB.
Leave a Legacy
Invest in the future of AWB programs and participants through the AWB Legacy Fund! Please reach out to the AWB Board Chair, Kimberly Crowley, at 610-922-8240 or email@example.com or submit an inquiry through the link below.
*Acting Without Boundaries is a tax-exempt 501©(3) nonprofit organization. EIN #: 23-2827465
“It is our pleasure to support AWB! We think it is an amazing cause.”
In Kind Donations
Donations of new products and services like gift cards, apparel, sports tickets and more fuel the success of the Hero Award auction held annually. We also welcome gently used costumes, props, and set materials for performances. If you are a skilled set builder/designer, we would love your help!
A little truly does go a long way, and our Monthly Giving program proves it. With a recurring minimum donation of $10 per month, you can support AWB programs, participants, and performances throughout the year. We invite you to join our incredible community of donors.
AWB relies on volunteers.
The first Sunday of every month volunteers assist our actors at workshops as they learn their lines and rehearse their parts. Our most dedicated volunteers support our actors throughout the year and are a part of the yearly performance. There are opportunities for people who want a creative outlet through set design, props and costume development. Great for early teens, adults and seniors!