Individual Gifts

Quantum is deeply grateful for the partnership of individuals whose contributions help ensure our financial stability. Individual contributions represent a crucial 25% of our budget.

If you’re an individual who has enjoyed Quantum’s work, please support us with a gift today. Your investment in Quantum Theatre is deeply appreciated.

How to Give

Online: via this online form
By phone: 412.362.1713
By mail: 218 North Highland Ave., Pittsburgh, PA 15206 (please make checks payable to Quantum Theatre)

Quantum Theatre’s Contribution Levels

Creators’ Circle $2,500 +
Angel $1,000–$2,499
Sustainer $500–$999
Supporter $250–$499
Family $100–$249
Friend to $99

Creators’ Circle

A very special group of individual contributors at the $2,500+ level, the Creators’ Circle helps fund Quantum projects that carry extraordinary expense and extraordinary potential. Creators’ Circle donors allow us to imagine the most ambitious possibilities of live theatre, and turn them into realities.

For more information on upcoming projects, please contact Karla Boos, 412-362-1713.

Matching Gifts

Many companies and organizations have matching gift programs that will increase the value of your donation. Please ask if your employer participates.

Quantum welcomes inquiries regarding individual contributions at any level. For more information, please contact Karla Boos, 412-362-1713.

Stock, Securities & Appreciable Assets as Gifts

Like most nonprofits, Quantum accepts stocks as gifts. The entire present value of a donated stock is tax exempt, requiring no capital gains tax. Low and no-cost methods of gifting a stock include re-titling your existing holdings and/or setting up Direct Stock Purchase Plans or Dividend Reinvestment Plans in our name.

Stocks can be transferred online or by mail. If you are interested in making a stock contribution, please email Stewart Urist, 412-362-1713 for more details.

IRA Distribution as Gifts

The Charitable IRA Rollover, or qualified charitable distribution (QCD), is a special provision allowing donors to exclude (and count toward their required minimum distribution) transfers of Individual Retirement Account (IRA) assets that are made directly to public charities, including Quantum Theatre, from taxable income. As no tax is incurred on the withdrawal, gifts do not qualify for an income tax charitable deduction, but instead are eligible to be counted toward an individual’s minimum required distribution.

If you are 70 ½ or older, the QCD allows you to make direct transfers from a traditional or Roth IRA of up to $100,000 per year to permissible public charity like Quantum Theatre.

This information is not intended as legal or tax advice. Quantum Theatre strongly advises that you consult your professional advisor(s).

The Creators’ Circle

Ongoing, extraordinary supporters who enable Quantum’s most ambitious projects every year

  • Susan Harris Smith & Philip E. Smith
  • Carole King & Chip Burke
  • Anonymous
  • Vivian & Bill Benter
  • Jack Brice & Kate Freed
  • The Jack Buncher Foundation
  • Mrs. Patricia G. Burke
  • Theresa Colecchia & Christian Lebiere
  • Susan & Mark Cox
  • Christine & Bruce Crocker
  • Jamini Davies
  • Philip Ferland & Doug Nolder
  • Fine Foundation
  • Marian Finegold
  • Karl Krieger
  • Susan & Scott Lammie
  • Rosemary & Christopher Lasky
  • David March
  • Drs. Maggie McDonald & Russ Schuh
  • Mary McKinney & Mark Flaherty
  • Morby Family Charitable Foundation
  • Mary Murrin
  • Kathleen Musante
  • Torey Naylor & Richard Beuke
  • Dee Jay Oshry & Bart Rack
  • Suzanne Quinn & Michael Weeks
  • The Juliet Lea Hillman Simonds Foundation
  • Colleen & Henry Simonds
  • Allison & Luke Sizemore
  • The Susan and Peter Smerd Philanthropic Fund of the Jewish Federation of Greater Pittsburgh
  • Erica & Jason Snyder
  • Frederick W. Steinberg Charitable Foundation
  • MJ & George Urist
  • Helene Weinraub & Geoffrey Clauss