INVEST IN OUR VISION

Our Vision. Building Our House.

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Why Donate? Bayanihan.

Everyone who supports Maraya Performing Arts becomes a member of the Maraya FAM (family), and helps us achieve our vision of advancing the spirit of BAYANIHAN.

Bayanihan (pronounced as buy-uh-nee-hun) is a Filipino custom derived from a Filipino word “bayan”, which means nation, town or community. The term bayanihan refers to the collective spirit of communal unity and work in cooperation to achieve a particular goal.

The concept of  Bayanihan is traced back to a long-standing rural tradition where villagers would gather to help a family move to a new place. The beautiful part of the tradition is that the villagers wouldn’t just move belongings, they would move the entire house. Afterward, the whole community would celebrate!

Members of the MARAYA FAM receive gratitude and lots of shout outs as much as possible, lots of updates, and special invitations to come see our works in progress.

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One Neighborhood. One Family.

MARAYA is located in the heart of Chula Vista, a cross border community in Southern San Diego County. The population of Chula Vista is very diverse, with many residents who are immigrants and new Americans.

Because we actively embrace inclusion and diversity, we hope students and visitors will see more diversity here than any regional arts center they’ve been in before, because that is who is representative of the community and cross border city that we all live in.

We are an up and coming business with big dreams, a lot of talent, a lot of drive, perserverance and unwavering passion to transform the world through the arts in a pandemic world. This is why we have an urgent need for your enthusiastic support!

VISION: Transform Communities through Accesible Arts Programs

Your investment in Maraya Performing Arts will ensure that we can continue to not only survive in these times of uncertainty, but rather thrive...for many, many years to come.

Thank you for your love and support of the bayanihan spirit!

Maraming Salamat (many thanks in Tagalog),
Anjanette Maraya-Ramey
and our entire Maraya Performing Arts Pamilya (family)

Click the button below to donate.
You can also send a donation check via post office mail (if you prefer):
Maraya Performing Arts Collective
861 Harold Place Suite #208
Chula Vista, CA 91914

*Maraya Performing Arts Collective recently obtained its 501c3 nonprofit tax status. All donations (minus the fair value of any goods or services received) are tax deductible to the full extent of the law. 

If you would like to make a planned gift, become a corporate sponsor, and/or chat more about ways to support, please contact:

Anjanette Maraya-Ramey at: aj@marayaarts.com or 619-934-2999

Sponsorship Opportunities for 2022 Season

LEAD TITLE SPONSOR: $10,000.00

  • Prominent front-page recognition as a lead title sponsor for each show in the playbill for 2 youth musical theatre shows
  • Full page black and white ad in program for 2 shows (if wanted)
  • Recognition in a Special Thanks pre-show announcement before every performance
  • Recognition on website with Logo/name for the duration of the full 2022 season
  • Logo/Name featured on social media for every show
  • Invitations to special rehearsals, performances, and special events 
  • Reserved premiere VIP seating – 4 tickets to 2 youth musical theatre productions
  • Walk on role in production (if wanted) 
  • Full character costume, wig and makeup with a spoken line (if wanted)
  • Post show tour of Venue, set and performance space with Artistic Director and/or Creative Team
  • Thank-you letter and tax-deductible receipt

SEASON SPONSOR: $5,000.00

  • Prominent front-page recognition as a season sponsor for each show in the playbill for 2 youth musical theatre shows 
  • Full page black and white ad in program for 2 shows (if wanted) 
  • Recognition in a Special Thanks pre-show announcement before every performance 
  • Recognition on website with Logo/name for the duration of the full 2022 season
  • Logo featured on social media sponsor recognition for every show
  • Reserved premiere seating – 2 tickets for each production
  • Thank-you letter and tax-deductible receipt

SHOW SPONSOR: $1,000.00

  • Full page black and white ad in 1 show 
  • Recognition in a Special Thanks pre-show announcement before every performance for 1 show
  • Recognition on website with Logo/name for the duration of the full 2022 season
  • Reserved premiere VIP seating – 2 tickets for 1 production performance
  • Thank-you letter and tax-deductible receipt

 

PLAYBILL PROGRAMS ADVERTISEMENT (*not tax deducible); 

  • Half-page black and white for one (1) show only: $250
  • A quarter-page black and white ad for one (1) show only: $175
  • Business card black and white ad for one (1) show: $100

 

Please complete the sponsorship and/or program advertisement form no later than February 20, 2022. 

https://bit.ly/SupportMaraya

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Payments can be made via check to:

 Maraya Performing Arts Collective 

861 Harold Place Suite #208 Chula Vista, CA 91914 

or 

Click here (although 3% processing fees may apply):

https://marayaarts.com/give-support/

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As a newly formed 501c3 nonprofit organization, all donations are tax-deductible to the full extent of the law.

 

Nonprofit Tax ID# 87-3126961

 

FOR QUESTIONS, please contact, Anjanette Maraya-Ramey, Founder, CEO & Artistic Director: aj@marayaars.com or 619-934-2999

 

Our Donors

Dana & Miho Pritchett

Nina Garin

Chanel Bradley

Dave & Jessica Bird Beza

Romy & Josie Maraya

Chris & Courtney Faulhaber-Ramey

Anjanette & Matthew Ramey

Marie & Dale Ramey

Raynard Abalos

Gladys Sudaria

Chris Doolittle

Carrie Sefcik

Catherine Cheng

Marcelino Cacao

Ruby Harper

Daniel Domaguin

Ella Ben Aharon

UNITED STATES ARTIST RELIEF FUND

Jim & Donna Burke Family Trust

Rachael Campbell

Cathe Burnham

Clarissa and Rick De Jesus

Jesie Harris

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Turner Dream Foundation

Marie Pizarro

Celeste Laroe

Kathy Meyer

Trinh Le

Marlene Garcia

Nicole Oga

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Joseph, Eva & Noah Villena

Mary Cook

Tara Graviss

Monica Montgomery Steppe

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Jennifer Oliver

Katie Diamond

Carolyn Casey

Jack Abbott

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Matt D'Arrigo

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Colleen Shipkowski

Kathy Meyer

Amy Rasdal

Kellie & Austin Ramey

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Robin Felix

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Shannon Snyder

Crystal Miller

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Jennifer Koopman

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