Q Patrons

Philanthropy and fundraising is vital to Q.

Our Patron's programme is dedicated to ensuring that Q's independence and cultural contribution continues. As a Patron you will receive sincere thanks and recognition, invitations to special events, and updates showing you the positive impact of your investment into Q.

A gift of any amount is always appreciated and you can donate any amount online here.

A donation of $1,000 or more welcomes you into the Patrons programme.



Donate online to become a Bronze Patron

Bronze Patrons:

Roger and Dianne Hall; Peter Salmon; Sue Emmott and Michael Bowman; Phil Williams; Anonymous.


Donate online to become a Silver Patron

Silver Patron:

Janet Clarke and John Judge.

GOLD PATRON ($5,000+)

Donate online to become a Gold Patron

Gold Patrons:

Nancie Plested; Katrina Todd; Geoff and Moira Clews; Richard and Liz Ebbett; Bruce McClintock and Suzanne Smith; Michael and Betsy Benjamin; Adrian Burr.


Donate online to become a Platinum Patron

Platinum Patrons:

John and Jo Gow; Andrew and Jenny Smith; Gus Fisher charitable trust.

Alternatively, you can contact us about making a donation and we would be happy to arrange a meeting in person to discuss your options for making a gift.

Phone: +64 9 309 9771
Email: catherine@qtheatre.co.nz 

Direct credit: Q Theatre: ASB 12-3198-0042698-51

All donations over $5.00 are tax deductible.
Charity Commission No. CC27657


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