In honour of Project: Humanity's 10-year anniversary, a very generous supporter has agreed to match all donations to the company between now and the end of 2018. We invite you to help us fund the socially-engaged projects, productions and initiatives we have in store for 2019. And we have a lot on the books (read about our exciting activities below).

Now is the ideal time to help out. Not only will your gift be matched, but we are proudly sharing a platform with Sketch Working Arts, and they will happily provide you with a charitable tax receipt for your donation, and direct all funds to Project: Humanity.

If you’d like a charitable tax receipt:

Donate online through Sketch Working Arts by clicking the link below. Please select ‘Project: Humanity’ from the dropdown menu, and please write ‘For Project: Humanity’ in the notes. Note that your charitable tax receipt will be provided by Sketch via Canada Helps.

If you would prefer to donate directly to Project Humanity and don’t need a charitable tax receipt please contact Lauren at to facilitate a donation by cheque or PayPal.

No gift is too small. And we thank you in advance for your longstanding support for the particular work that we do.

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February will see the world premiere of our latest documentary play Towards Youth: a play on radical hope in co-production with Crow's Theatre. In it, a cast of nine will explore the voices of drama class students in Canada, England, Taiwan, Greece and India. PH will also be touring a new work-in-progress from Khari Wendell McClelland (creator of last season's Freedom Singer) as part of TD's Black History Month programming. 



On the education front, the company is in the process of partnering with the TDSB to bring our signature Verbatim Theatre workshops into high schools. Already slated is Canada's first-ever Verbatim Theatre March Break Camp being offered to grade 9-12 students in the GTA. 



Lastly, in April 2019, PH will resume it's long-time partnership with Youth Without Shelter and bring drama programming back into the youth shelter context. This program provides an opportunity for shelter residents to de-stress, to bolster communication skills, and to explore a sense of community through play. While we have been running this program on-and-off since we incorporated, this launch will bring to fruition our long-standing dream of having a permanent presence in the shelter.