Led by Sam Meers, the Chair’s Circle supports an iconic Belvoir show each year.
Belvoir B Keepers is an annual program that is characterised by a loyal group of individuals whose financial support reflects their passion and commitment to the company. The program provides a reliable, ongoing source of income that underpins all of Belvoir’s core activities from; new Australian work, the presentation of classics, providing access to our work and the development of new Indigenous led work.
Creative Development Fund
The Belvoir Creative Development Fund (CDF) was established to provide financial support for activities that we cannot fund from our normal operating budget.
Through the Education Program we give socially and geographically disadvantaged young people opportunities to participate in theatre workshops and to see our productions. We offer subsidised performances, school visits, workshops for students and teachers, work experience opportunities and theatre programs for youth at risk.
The Hive is a collective of like-minded, young philanthropists, whose annual donation helps actors, writers, directors and other creatives strike out on new adventures in content and form.
The Honey Bs
The Honey Bs comprise of a group of influential female business leaders supporting their artistic counterparts at Belvoir; women in business leadership supporting women in arts leadership.
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Trusts & Foundations
We are delighted to acknowledge the generous support we receive from the following Trusts and Foundations.
Leaving a gift to Belvoir in your Will is a wonderful way to help to secure the long-term future of our company. With your support, we will be able to ensure that future generations of artists and audiences alike can experience the magic that is created on Belvoir Street Theatre’s unique corner stage.
For more information about giving to Belvoir, please contact our:
(02) 8396 6209 or