A little help that goes a long way

 

You can support Quest in many different ways!


We are looking for 100 individuals to donate $100 towards an essential item at Quest Theatre:

A NEW VAN

Please consider giving generously to help us with our purchase of a safe, reliable vehicle so that Quest Theatre can continue our exceptional access to young people across Alberta and beyond! Our goal is to raise $10,000 towards a new touring van.


Make your donation go even further with matching up to 50%!

We believe that all young people should have access to exceptional adventures no matter their financial constraints. Your individual donation dollars are used to bring our programs to schools that would not otherwise have access due to limited financial resources. Help underprivileged youth access our popular Drama Camp program with your donation.

Quest Theatre is delighted to be a participating charity in Shaw Birdies for Kids presented by AltaLink. Any donations made between February 1st and September 1st 2019 will be matched up to 50% thanks to corporate partners.

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Register for our Programs!

Sign up for a Drama Camp, Drop in Class or an in school Residency!


Come to our Shows!

Come enjoy an intelligent, whimsical performance that encourages children to explore who they are, discover whats important and build the kind of world they want to live.


Volunteer!

Volunteers are so important here at Quest.
We’ve got Huffer Crews, Water Cooler Crews,  Fancy Evening Crews and many other Crews to suit all types and ages of volunteers.  Come and be part of our efforts to bring exceptional theatrical adventure to young people!
If you are interested in specific volunteer tasks at Quest, email admin@questtheatre.org


 

Some Awesome Stats With Your Help

1.4 Million Audiences to Date

 

166
Performances

18%
of programing provided by corporate sponsors and donors

351
summer camp registrants (kids)

 

Our Amazing Supporters

 

Quest Theatre is a registered charity under the Societies Act of Alberta. We gratefully acknowledge our municipal, provincial and federal funders for their support of our work.


Our Corporate Partners are instrumental in reaching rural communities and youth at risk.

 
covalent Communications
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Harvard Property Management Inc
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We gratefully acknowledge and thank the following individual donors for their support:

Anonymous (14), A. Ronald & Barbara J. Law, Alan and Mary Tamaki, Andrew & Suzy Judson, Anne Brown, Barry &Johanna Wilkie, Bill Gray, Blair Carbet & Shaun Hunter, Braden Griffiths, Brenda J. Demcoe, Carmen Alger, Cheryl Bickford, Cheryl Gratton, Christopher & Nikki Loach, Cimmeron Meyer, Cindy Radu, Daniel & Donavin Dale & Ashely Lore, Dave Griffiths, Debbie Read, Duval and Pam Lang, Elizabeth Shortt, Elrose J. Klause, F.W. & J.M. Derbyshire, Frank Wolever, Gaylene Scott, Geoff Ewert & Adrienne Smoot, Gordon Salahor & Kelly Hewson, H.G. & B.A. Townsend, Heery Lynn, J & M Gibney, J.P. Fournier & S. Busby, Jackie Engstrom, Jim A. & Corinne Maclean, Jim & Liz McGregor, John & Carol Savery, John P. van Der Put, Joyce & Quentin Doolittle, Karen Brow, Karen Johnson-Diamond, Karen Youngberg, Kari Griffith, Kathleen A. Kloepfer, Lisa Burgis, Lisa Delaney, Livingstone School, Louis W. MacEachren, Mackenzie Page, Martin & Kathy Lundmark, Nancy K. Peters, Nicholas Stoll, Nick Kirton, Nova Lea Thorne, Pamela Perkins, Penni& Andy Clarke, Peter & Debbier Dale, Robert Kuzina, Rod & Jean McKay, Rose Brow, Shandra Gallant, Susan and Brian Loach, T. Peter & Mary E. Burns, The Wolfe Family, Tim & Mandy Dale, Tracy Wharton, Trent Baxter, and Y. Shimizu & R. Lefebvre