Resiliency Fund

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Support the Hollywood Theatre Resiliency Fund.

The Hollywood still needs your help.

On March 14, 2020, the Hollywood closed its doors to the public due to the pandemic. For a full 15 months, the theatre remained dark for the longest period in its history since it opened in 1926.

We were finally able to reopen at limited capacity on July 2, 2021. Most of our programming remains at 75% capacity, so the financial impact of the pandemic on our operations is still ongoing.

We all want to know that the arts venues and businesses that serve as the bedrock of our community will remain, despite the challenges we collectively face.

Your gift to our Resiliency Fund will help us hold our ground and bounce back, stronger than ever.

The purpose of the Resiliency Fund is to help us meet ongoing core expenses as we work to rebound and regain our fiscal health after our devastating and prolonged closure. These expenses include repairs and maintenance for our historic building, rent for Movie Madness, and necessities like insurance, utilities, and wages. Your contribution will help us cover these costs and safeguard our future.

Thank you for helping us keep the Hollywood Theatre experience alive.

Every gift will truly make a difference. Click here to give to our Resiliency Fund today or make checks payable to the Hollywood Theatre, 4035 NE Sandy Blvd, Suite 212, Portland, OR 97212.

Your gifts are fully tax-deductible. The Hollywood Theatre is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit (Federal Tax ID: 93-1074861).


Donations of $150 or more will be recognized OnScreen at the theatre.

Gift commitments of $500 or more may be paid in installments over a period of up to six months. Please contact Christen Fulk, Development Director, at christen@hollywoodtheatre.org, for more information.

Want to set up an ongoing monthly gift to benefit the Hollywood? Become a Sprocket Patron! Like the sprockets that advance film through a movie projector, your monthly gifts provide steady and reliable support for the Hollywood Theatre. Click here to learn more.