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    5-11-17 Helping a local non-profit is good for business, and for the community  

    Most non-profits are dependent upon donations from individuals and businesses for survival.  I am on the Board of Whidbey Children’s Theater, and one of the major tasks of being on the board is to keep looking for donations to support what the theater is doing.

    Our next production, The Phantom Tollbooth, runs for two weekends, beginning Friday, May 12th.

    We are very pleased that four local businesses are sponsoring the show, and we have heard that people in the community who support the Whidbey Children’s Theater specifically like doing business with our sponsors:

    • Fine Balance Imaging + Printing
    • Matt's Import Haven
    • College Search Consultants
    • Les Schwab Tire Center

    In addition, Tom Hanify, a well-known, highly regarded local photographer, wanted to make a personal contribution to Whidbey Children’s Theater and created a way to do that and promote his photography business.

    During the run of Phantom Toll Booth, and till the end of May, some of Tom’s framed photographs will be on display near our box office. Tom is inviting people to visit his website and select any item, framed or unframed, to purchase. Mention WCT – or Whidbey Children’s Theater – and Tom will donate a very generous 50% of the proceeds from the sale back to the theater.

    If you haven’t seen his work, I guarantee you will be impressed with the quality and variety.  I recently wrote a story about Tom for “Tom Hanify, highly acclaimed Whidbey photographer, blames it on a camera that invaded his life."

    Please visit his website, select one of his beautiful photographs, and let him know you appreciate his making a donation to WCT.

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