As a not-for-profit arts organization, Victoria Theatre Association receives funding from a variety of public, corporate, individual and private sources. These extremely important dollars help fill the gap between ticket revenue and the actual costs of providing diverse, high caliber programming for all ages that enriches the cultural life of our community. Contributions also enable us to offer educational and engaging programming.


How To Give?

Contributions may be made online, in-person, by mail or by phone with cash, check or your MasterCard, VISA, American Express or Discover. Gifts of appreciated assets, such as stock, may also be used to make an Annual Fund gift. The full amount of your annual donation is deductible as a charitable contribution, unless otherwise noted.

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Ken And Lesley Neufeld Innovative Programming Fund

An endowed fund which will provide Victoria Theatre Association with annual resources to develop and present creative new arts experiences to and for the community.

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VTA Firsts

From the first time a child steps on stage, to the first Broadway show you see, to, perhaps, your wedding day, we celebrate numerous firsts with you.

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The Merry Makeover

We need your help with the ongoing annual maintenance of the display boxes!

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PNC Arts Annex

A fresh and flexible home for creative, new arts experiences for all ages! You can invest in the arts in Dayton by becoming a donor to the PNC Arts Annex initiative.

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The Next Stage

Through The Next Stage Campaign, Victoria Theatre Association is building a $30 million endowment fund for the future capital, programming, and educational needs of the Benjamin & Marian Schuster Performing Arts Center, the Victoria Theatre, and the Metropolitan Arts Center, home to The Loft  Theatre.

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Each season, more than 600 volunteers from the Dayton area donate more than 60,000 hours of their time to our organization.

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Victoria Theatre Association (VTA) is a not-for-profit arts organization that receives funding from a variety of public and private sources, including corporations, foundations, individuals, the Montgomery County Arts and Cultural District, and the Ohio Arts Council (OAC). VTA programs are made possible in part by state tax dollars allocated by the Ohio Legislature to OAC, a state agency that funds and supports quality arts experiences to strengthen Ohio communities culturally, educationally, and economically.

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