Giving Back to our Community: Donation Requests
Experience the magic of the Connecticut Renaissance Faire with donated tickets available for nonprofits! We are committed to supporting Connecticut organizations and donating to as many charities as possible to benefit all communities. Exceptions can be made by a review party.
Charities and Non-Profits (501c3) are preferred, and the deadline to submit donation requests is August 1st. There is a limited number of donations given out each year, and once we have reached that goal, we no longer accept donation requests. Please note that no donations will be renewed or assumed, so please submit a new request each year.
To request donated tickets, simply follow the instructions below. We cannot consider requests via email, phone, website, or social media. If approved, we will mail the tickets on the first of the month.
- Location: Donations are reserved for organizations located in Connecticut.
- Donation Amount: We offer up to 8 single-day General Admission tickets for the current season. While we can’t issue tickets for special events or season passes, we hope this donation will help you and your team enjoy the Faire.
- Donation Limits: Each approved organization is eligible for one donation per calendar year. We will mail these tickets on the first of the month. If we are unable to approve your donation request, we will notify you.
- Request a Donation: To request a donation, please send a written request to The Connecticut Renaissance Faire on your company/organization letterhead.
Important: Please include your contact name, contact phone, date of the event, event information, and mailing address. Please also include a self-addressed, stamped envelope for us to send the tickets to you. We do not consider requests via email, phone, website, or social media, but we are always happy to help through traditional mail.
Send donation requests to:
The Connecticut Renaissance Faire
12 Ellis Road
Attn: Donation Request
Southbridge, MA 01550
Join the Renaissance of Fundraising
Looking to raise funds and awareness for your Connecticut non-profit? Look no further than the Connecticut Renaissance Faire! Our event has proudly partnered with many local non-profits to raise tens of thousands of dollars and support important causes. Whether you’re looking to increase pet adoptions or support a charitable mission, we’re here to help. To learn more and start fundraising with us, please contact our General Manager, Brian Harvard, at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 860-478-5954.
The Lebanon Soccer Club is a non-profit organization that provides a fun and safe environment for children to learn and play soccer. With experienced coaches and dedicated volunteers, the club offers programs for children of all ages and skill levels, from beginner to advanced. The club is committed to promoting teamwork, sportsmanship, and a love for the game of soccer, while also fostering friendships and building community spirit. Whether your child is just starting out or looking to take their skills to the next level, the Lebanon Soccer Club has something to offer for everyone.
The Lebanon Middle School PTO is a parent-teacher organization dedicated to supporting the students and faculty of Lebanon Middle School. They strive to create a positive and inclusive learning environment by organizing events, fundraising, and volunteering to enhance the educational experience of the students. The PTO works closely with the school administration to identify needs and provide resources to help students succeed both academically and socially.
Lebanon Elementary PTA is a Parent Teacher Association serving the students and families of Lebanon Elementary School in Lebanon, Connecticut. Their mission is to support and advocate for the school community through fundraising, volunteerism, and community involvement. They organize a variety of events throughout the year, including book fairs, fun runs, and cultural arts assemblies, to enrich the educational experience of the students and promote family engagement.
The Connecticut Humane Society is a non-profit animal welfare organization dedicated to improving the lives of pets and their families. They provide essential services such as pet adoption, spay/neuter programs, veterinary care, and humane education to promote responsible pet ownership. The Connecticut Humane Society relies on the support of donations and volunteers to continue their vital work.
The Lebanon Cooperative Nursery School is a vibrant community where children aged 3-5 can learn, play, and grow together. With a focus on play-based learning and social-emotional development, the school provides a safe and nurturing environment for young children to explore and discover the world around them. Led by a team of experienced and dedicated teachers, the Lebanon Cooperative Nursery School offers a variety of programs to meet the diverse needs of families in the community.
Boy Scouts of America Troup 180 is a community-focused organization in Lebanon, Connecticut that aims to prepare young boys for life through various fun and challenging activities such as camping, hiking, and community service projects. With a focus on character-building, leadership, and outdoor skills, Troup 180 is dedicated to helping young boys grow into responsible, self-reliant, and contributing members of society.
The Lebanon CT Lions Club is a local service organization dedicated to making a positive impact in the community. Through volunteerism and fundraising efforts, the Lions Club provides support for various causes, including vision care, youth programs, disaster relief, and more. Joining the Lebanon CT Lions Club is a great way to give back and make a difference in the lives of those in need.
Double Dog Rescue is a non-profit organization that is dedicated to rescuing and finding forever homes for dogs in need. They work tirelessly to ensure that every dog gets a second chance at a happy and fulfilling life. With a team of dedicated volunteers and foster homes, Double Dog Rescue has saved countless dogs and helped families find their new furry friends.