Dec 17, 2009

Get $10 off final two performances of 'A Christmas Survival Guide' with donation

The final two performances of the Fine Arts Center Theatre Company’s production of A Christmas Survival Guide will benefit two outstanding organizations: the Southern Colorado Aids Project (S-CAP) and Care and Share.

By bringing in assorted hygiene products (to benefit S-CAP) or canned food (to benefit Care & Share) audience members will receive $10.00 off the ticket price to the 7:30 p.m. performances on Tuesday, Dec. 22, and Wednesday, Dec. 23 at the Fine Arts Center, located at 30 W. Dale Street in Colorado Springs.

S-CAP: Bar soap, shampoo, conditioner, shaving cream, razors, deodorant, foot powder, tooth brushes, tooth paste, dental floss, mouth wash and other personal hygiene products.

Care and Share: Canned meat and tuna, canned tomato products, boxed pasta, canned meals (chili, etc.) canned fruits and vegetables, canned and bagged beans, canned soup, peanut butter and canned milk.

Patron’s who cannot attend A Christmas Survival Guide, but would still like to give to these exceptional organizations can bring hygiene products and/or canned goods to the Fine Arts Center and receive a $10.00 off coupon to any of the remaining shows in the 2009-2010 season. Please note that only one coupon per family is permitted.

For more then 20 years, the Southern Colorado AIDS Project has provided comprehensive and individualized care to men, women and children in southern Colorado who are living with HIV/AIDS. S-CAP provides specific programs and services to over 1,200 people residing in a 25-county area of southern Colorado. S-CAP is a member of the Pikes Peak United Way.

Care and Share Food Bank for Southern Colorado is the region’s largest hunger-relief organization. As southern Colorado's regional distribution hub for locally and nationally donated and purchased food, Care and Share provides food to more than 400 member agencies (soup kitchens, food pantries, community centers and more), who serve hundreds of thousands of people in need.

For more information, please contact the FAC Box Office at 719.634.5583.

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