FORD’S THEATRE SOCIETY PARTNERS WITH HOMELESS CHILDREN'S PLAYTIME PROJECT FOR DONATION DRIVE DURING "A CHRISTMAS CAROL"
For 10 years, company of A Christmas Carol has collected nearly $750,000 for local charities
Washington, D.C. — The company of the 2018 production of "A Christmas Carol" has selected D.C.’s Homeless Children's Playtime Project as recipient of this year’s donation drive inspired by the themes of charity in Dickens’s holiday classic. The Homeless Children's Playtime Project partners with homeless shelters in Washington, D.C., to create safe and fun play spaces for the children where they live. During the curtain calls for performances, the "A Christmas Carol" company will collect monetary donations on behalf of the Washington-based non-profit. Patrons may also make donations through the Ford’s Theatre Box Office. All donation checks should be made payable to “Homeless Children's Playtime Project.”