Our stories are heard only by support of the community and people like you.

Approximately 75% of our funding comes from individual and institutional support. 
Storycatchers Theatre is a 501(c)3 organization and all donations are deductible to the full extent of the law.


“No one has forgotten you. There is reason to hope.”

John Lewis, Georgia Congressman and Civil Rights Icon

Our Impact Report

Take a look back at Storycatchers Theatre’s most recent year of transformational storytelling.

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Individual Gifts

Job training. Skilled teachers. A licensed social worker. Bus rentals. Computers. Computer software. Security staff. Cast parties. T-shirts. Healthy snacks. Health insurance. Dedicated employees. Hope.

These are made possible by donations from people like you who care about our youth and community.

The fastest way to give is to make a gift online or by phone: 312.280.4772

A check made payable to Storycatchers Theatre may be mailed to 544 W Oak, Suite #1005 Chicago, IL 60610.

Encore Giving

When you check the box to make a recurring gift, your Monthly giving provides predictable income that helps us plan ahead. Your gift will be debited reliably and safely on the 15th of each month. Bank or credit card statements will include a notation about the monthly gift and will serve as a receipt for tax purposes. In addition, you will receive an annual acknowledgment letter detailing your total contributions.



Gala Sponsorship

Our annual gala is our most important fundraising event. With your sponsorship, more youth will steer clear of the justice system, graduate from school, attend college, and join the workforce.

Of course, we’ll share your generosity with our online and donor community, but the best benefit of all is the long-term impact of your gift.

Learn more about the benefits associated with becoming a gala sponsor by emailing Alicia, our Development Director.

“Through Storycatchers, I am finally able to break free from the cage I’ve been locked in and find a light in the dark tunnel.”

Storycatchers’ Changing Voices Participant

Support us by hearing the stories that need to be heard.

Their stories. In their own words. Watching a young person recover their identity, take back their dignity and become empowered by their own resilience isn’t just powerful musical theatre — it’s an experience.