Securing the future of the Cape Playhouse
and professional Performing Arts on Cape Cod.
The Cape Playhouse has thrived for nearly 100 years thanks to the generosity of its supporters.
Whether you are a season subscriber, frequent attendee, participated in an education program, only just recently attended your first Cape Playhouse production, or honoring family members who enjoyed the Playhouse, you are part of the circle of support that we simply couldn’t live without.
Something important to think about in your planning for the future is how you can support the causes most dear to you through a gift in your will. Legacies provide an important and ongoing source of income for the Cape Playhouse and help secure our future as a professional theatre. Perhaps there’s a specific element of the Cape Playhouse that you have particularly enjoyed throughout your life, or perhaps the theatre has simply been a huge source of enjoyment for you over the years.
Legacies enable this work to happen. Please remember the Cape Playhouse in your will, and safeguard the work of this wonderful theatre for the enjoyment of future generations.
We understand this is an important decision which you must make in your own time. If you are considering remembering the Cape Playhouse in your will, or would like to discuss a similar matter further, please contact Nora Carey, Executive Director on 508.385.3838 | Ext 015. All inquiries and communications will be treated as strictly confidential and non-binding.
Thank you for considering remembering the Cape Playhouse in this very special way.
Non Profit Name: Cape Cod Center For the Arts, Inc*
P.O. Box 2001
Dennis, MA 02638
Federal employment ID: 04-3334834
Giving a gift to the Cape Cod Center for the Arts, Inc. will be entirely tax-deductible and may reduce the inheritance tax for your beneficiaries.
* Please note, The Cape Playhouse is the trade name of the Cape Cod Center for the Arts, Inc. Neither the Cape Playhouse nor the Cape Cod Center for The Arts, Inc. is related to, or dependent upon, the Raymond Moore Foundation – which is a for profit organization.