The Masons of Hillsboro have graciously provided us with Event and meeting space.
On behalf of the Richard B Siegel Foundation, HCF has provided STAGES with a substantial grant to provide exposure, education and opportunities in the arts to youth in the greater Hillsboro community who would not have the resources to participate otherwise.
Pacific Power Foundation has provided STAGES with a grant to support the I’m A Star! performing arts program for students with intellectual and physical disabilities.
The Oregon Community Foundation’s generous grant supported out Mixed Voices Project. Thank you so much.
The Herbert A. Templeton Foundation has kindly awarded us with a grant to be used to lower the cost of the MVP camp.
HACC has generously supplied us with funding for the “Come Sing WIth Me” project.
The Oregon Arts Commission has provided us a grant which will allow us to update our marketing materials.
4imprint provided us with some much needed supplies and items for our upcoming auction/fundraiser.
The RACC provided STAGES with a generous grant which enabled us to redesign this web site for increased usability and better visitor interaction.
Thank you to Target for providing us with a grant allowing the play Miss Nelson Is Missing to be performed in six local elementary schools.
A big thanks also to the Hillsboro Church of the Nazarene for providing us with audition, rehearsal and classroom space.
Thank you to Bill and Leah Stenson for their generous gift which will allow STAGES to offer scholarships to our camps, classes and workshops.
Thanks to MyBinding.com for providing us with rehearsal and meeting space as well as financial support.
Thanks again Hillsboro Parks and Recreation for classroom and workshop space.
Thanks to the Cultural Coalition of Washington County for a grant to hold spring and fall theatre classes for individuals with intellectual or physical disabilities.
Thank you Element Dance Studio for allowing us to use studio space for rehearsals and camps.
The Walters Family Foundation has provided us with a wonderful grant to help fund “I’m A Star!”, a Theatre Arts Program specifically designed for students between who have intellectual or developmental disabilities.
Also Hillsboro School District for class space and the loan of props for Miss Nelson Is Missing