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In this season of giving thanks, we are especially grateful to the numerous companies, individuals, businesses, actors, production staff, donors and audience members that so enthusiastically embraced our first production under our new entity: Punctuate4 Productions.

 We believe in the important work of telling stories that matter. Yet none of this can happen without your support. We hope you will consider making a donation to Punctuate4 Productions’ mission of bringing meaningful stories to life.

 Saltonstall, one man’s stand against the Salem Witch Trials was presented to sold out houses in Nathaniel Saltonstall’s hometown, Haverhill, MA, in November. Dozens of cast and crew worked for months to bring the project to fruition. Fifty businesses supported this endeavor through advertising and their generous sponsorship of the production.

 There are many ways to give financially. Every contribution is significant. For us, the expression behind a gift is one of encouragement, collaboration, and support. Information on ways to contribute can be found on our website at Punctuate4.org  

 We hope you will consider joining with us. Here are a few ways you can help:

o   Send a check to Punctuate4 Inc at PO Box 182, Topsfield, MA 01983.

o   Give a donation via credit card through this secure website: See DONATE button, below.

o   Submit a donation through PayPal Giving

o   Link to our charity on Smile.Amazon.com. They will donate a percentage of your purchases to Punctuate4 Inc, at no cost to you.

o   Purchase some of the items on our Amazon Wish List (search Amazon for it).

Planning has already begun for the 2019 season. In addition to the next version of Saltonstall, we will be presenting an expanded program of Wilber’s War: An American family’s journey through World War II in March 2019. Another new work is under development for production later in the spring.

We are always glad to receive your feedback, comments, and suggestions any time.

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PUNCTUATE4 is a 501(c)3 tax exempt organization.   However, you should always check with your accountant or tax professional as to the status of any donation made on our behalf.