As a non-profit theater, The Marsh survives and thrives from the support of our community! Anything and everything from big to small helps! Please help us by making an end-of-the-year donation!
The Marsh is a 501(c)3 non-profit. Donations of money or in-kind are tax-deductible to the full extent allowed by law. The Marsh’s tax ID (EIN) is 94-3142152.
To make a one-time donation to The Marsh, please click here or on the image.
We are very grateful!
If you would like to make on-going contributions to The Marsh through “JustGive”, please click the GIVE MONTHLY button.
We have partnered with Community Thrift Store in the Mission district of San Francisco. Simply bring your previously-owned items to the Community Thrift Store and say it’s for The Marsh. When it sells we get the proceeds minus operating expenses. Your stuff gets a second life and The Marsh benefits. It’s a win-win!
Donations are accepted everyday from 10am to 5pm. Community Thrift is located at 623 Valencia Street, between 17th and 18th Streets. There is a convenient donation drop off loading dock located on the south side of the building on Sycamore Alley, parallel to 18th Street and perpendicular to Mission and Valencia Streets. Sycamore runs one way from Mission toward Valencia. CLICK FOR A MAP
For a complete list of donations they DO and DO NOT accept CLICK HERE. Receipts for tax purposes are available at the donation door at the time of donation.
Community Thrift Store
623 Valencia Street (between 17th & 18th Streets in San Francisco)
Donate Everyday from 10am to 5pm
“I can say unequivocally that The Marsh has changed my life. All of the good things that have come from my show, NOT A GENUINE BLACK MAN, are a direct result of The Marsh’s existence. Because of the unique and nurturing aspect of The Marsh, I have been able to achieve success with this show that has surpassed my wildest dreams. The reason GENUINE is the longest running solo show in San Francisco history is because I had a partner who supported my vision and allowed me to carry out that vision. That partner is The Marsh.”
—Brian Copeland, writer and performer of NOT A GENUINE BLACK MAN and THE WAITING PERIOD