Charitable Giving

With each run, the Southern Railroad Theatre Company selects a charity and donates a portion of our ticket sales to benefit that charity.  

This year, we have chosen to support:

Lucky's Story: Lucky is being adopted by Monica and Michael's brother (AD Air Force) and sister-in-law (also AD AF) who had been thinking about getting another dog. When they saw the story of Diva and Operation K2 they said what a wonderful way to celebrate their efforts than to give one of those puppies a home. They are both from California, but are currently stationed at Nellis AFB, Nevada.

"Lucky was given her name because Michael brought her back to life...literally. Two of the puppies had been smothered by Diva when she laid on them. One didn't make it but Michael picked up Lucky and started rubbing her little chest (kind of like in the 101 Dalmations movie). He said her little tongue was blue and everything but when he started rubbing her he felt her warming up and then she started breathing and moving. It couldn't be more perfect that the dog he truly saved is staying within the family."

See more about this mission here:

You can learn more about The Puppy Rescue Mission here:

If you wish to donate directly you can do so here:

The Puppy Rescue Mission, Inc.
"Soldiers Saving Puppies~Puppies Saving Soldiers"
Non Profit 501(c)(3) Organization
All donations are Tax Deductible to the fullest extent of the law.  Please use your paypal receipt as proof of donation.  Send all requests to if you desire to have a year end receipt.
Checks can be mailed to:
The Puppy Rescue Mission
P.O. Box 1516
Celina, Texas 75009
Please note animal on the check.
For anyone who has an animal they wish to rescue from Afghanistan, please send an email to:
Please use the subject heading "Package"
All requests for rescues must go via this email address from your personal email.
Thank you!
They also rescue kitties!


With each run, the Southern Railroad Theatre Company selects a charity and donates a portion of our ticket sales to benefit that charity.  This year, we have chosen to support San Francisco Suicide Prevention.

To learn more about San Francisco Suicide Prevention please visit their website at:

From San Francisco Suicide Prevention Executive Director:

Hello Susan and Diana --

How wonderful this is -- the audience and the staff ALL pitched in for us!!  That means a lot to everyone here -- please let all the people who were part of this know that!  There was a time when no one would have done this -- or even mentioned us in public.  So happy that we can be part of something as wonderful as your theater company, which is a rolling miracle of its own!

It's great to have you in our family of donors!

Eve R. Meyer, Executive Director

San Francisco Suicide Prevention
P.O. Box 191350
San Francisco, CA 94119-1350
Business: 415/984-1900 x101
Crisis Line: 415/781-0500
Fax:  415/227-0247


4 MERCY: Friendly Fires Opening Night* Proceeds to Benefit

*September 8, 2011, 8 PM


What is Rocket Dog Rescue?

Rocket Dog Rescue is a San Francisco Bay Area dog rescue organization run by a group of dedicated volunteers. We save dogs from death at over-crowded shelters and find them loving, happy homes. Now into our tenth year, RDR is stronger than ever, and has saved the lives of over 6,000 animals.

Are you looking to adopt a dog in the San Francisco Bay Area? Look no further!

Susan Jackson as "Marion" and Rocky as "Precious"

Precious (also known as Rocky) was a Rocket Dog fostered by Angela.  Proceeds from opening night's show (and anything in the jar) will go to support this loving and wonderful rescue project.


From our previous benefit for Tornado relief in Joplin, MO.:
We are pleased to announce that we raised $500 to benefit Tornado Relief efforts by the Metropolitan Community Church in Joplin, MO.
Our sincere thanks to all who contributed!!!!



The Southern Railroad Theatre Company

will donate all proceeds from our Friday, June 17, 8 PM 
performance of
4GIVENESS: In a Family Way
to the Metropolitan Community Church in Joplin, MO.
We invite you to see the show on Friday, June 17th
and join us in sending our support to the residents of Joplin,
who are struggling to rebuild their lives in the aftermath of the tornado.


Below we have provided links to additional ways you can support Tornado Relief efforts.

Red Cross

Salvation Army

Serve Alabama  Alabama Government

Tusacaluoosa Tornado

Tornado Relief