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The Connecticut Renaissance Faire
Connecticut nonprofits may request donated tickets using the following guidelines:
- Location: The Connecticut Renaissance Faire will only make donations to organizations located in Connecticut.
- Donation Amount: The donation will vary depending on the request, but can be up to 8 single-day General Admission tickets valid for the current season. We do not issue tickets for special events, season passes, or cash.
- Donation Limits: Approved organizations are limited to one donation per calendar year. We will mail these tickets on the first of the month. If we do not approve your donation requests, we will notify you.
- Request a Donation: Send a written donation request to The Connecticut Renaissance Faire on a company/organization letterhead. You must include your contact name, contact phone, date of the event, event information, and mailing address. We do not consider requests via email, phone, website, or social media.
Send donation requests to:
The Connecticut Renaissance Faire
12 Ellis Road
Attn: Donation Request
Southbridge, MA 01550
Over the years, the Connecticut Renaissance Faire has worked with many Connecticut nonprofits to raise tens of thousands of dollars, increase pet adoptions, and bring awareness to important causes. If you would like to fundraise with us, please reach out to our General Manager, Brian Harvard, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 860-478-5954.
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