Magenta Cares

Magenta Theater cares about our community and the people who live in it. Take a look at the ways Magenta Theater is working to give back to the greater Vancouver/Portland area:

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3rd ANNUAL FOOD DRIVE
August 2022

Magenta's 3rd Annual Fish of Vancouver Eastside Food Pantry food drive will take place throughout the month of August. You can donate at any Magenta event, including Magenta Improv Theater (MIT) (August 6th) or during the run of don quixote de la center (August 12th - 28th). Please consider donating food and essential items, or visit their website links below for items they need to support Vancouver’s folks in need.

https://fishvancouver.org/donate-food.

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FALL FOOD DRIVE
September 2021

Magenta's annual Fish of Vancouver Eastside Food Pantry food drive will take place throughout the run of Much Ado About Nothing (September 10-26). Final drop-off date is October 2nd from 9a - 11a. Please consider donating food and essential items, or visit their website links below for items they need to support Vancouver’s folks in need.

https://fishvancouver.org/donate/food-donations/.

2020 Halloween Treat Bags

Halloween Treat BAGs for Boys & Girls Club
October 2020

Since trick-or-treating might not be possible this year due to COVID-19, Magenta Theater wanted to help local kids enjoy the holiday by sponsoring a Boys and Girls Club. We are collecting store-bought, non-peanut, individual-packaged goodies through October 27th, and will be delivering Treat Bags to the Boys and Girls Club on Halloween!

2020 Fall Food Drive

FALL FOOD DRIVE
September 2020

During our First Annual Fall Food Drive, throughout the month of September, the Magenta Community collected and donated 300 pounds of food to Fish of Vancouver Eastside Food Pantry! We are so proud of and grateful to all our volunteers who donated. Thank you for helping us give back to our community!

Magenta theater acknowledges the
original stewards of the land we occupy


It is vital to honor those who cam before us and acknowledge the long history of what is now southwest Washington State. This area has been home to ancestors of the Cowlitz Indian Tribe for thousands of years. The land, with its rich resources, enabled the Cowlitz People to flourish, and they stewarded the land with their traditional culture. Today, we must appreciate the persistence of the Cowlitz People and the important role they play in our region as together we steward the land for all our descendants.