It’s a tough time for the performing arts community. Your donation will help us continue to create innovative works of performance-based art that help connect human beings through empathy–whether we’re able to meet in person or not.

PATREON! Give a recurring gift and unlock perks and exclusive content! Through the donor platform Patreon, you can choose a specific amount to give to RealTime every month and get cool things in return, like behind-the-scenes peeks and access to our episodic toy-theater show SHARON! Click here to sign up!

Give a recurring gift, with no perks and no strings attached! Giving monthly, any amount, using your credit card, helps RealTime the most because it’s a donation we can count on over time! Click here and check the box to set up your recurring gift!

Make a one-time donation! To make a one-time donation of any amount, simply click here!

Support a specific program! Consider becoming a sponsor and having your name listed in our program and marketing call-outs.  Contact us at info@realtimeinterventions.org to let us know which programs or shows you’d like to sponsor!

JOIN IN A Fundraiser! We sometimes fund-raise for specific projects, hold themed fundraising events, and we’re part of GiveBigPittsburgh every Giving Tuesday (right after Thanksgiving). And a gift to our Year-End Campaign is always appreciated! Join our mailing list to stay in the know about all of these. 

Contribute to RealTime every time you shop on Amazon! RealTime Interventions is listed as a charity on Amazon Smile.  If you select us as your preferred charity, we will receive a small donation from Amazon each time you make a purchase there– it’s as simple as that!  Sign up here for Amazon Smile!

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RealTime Interventions

2015 Hazeltine Way

Pittsburgh PA 15218

However you choose to give, please know that your contribution is a HUGE part of how our community-engaged, innovative work gets made. And we can’t thank you enough.


Thank you!

Captured at Alphabet City on 05-06-2019 by Heather Mull Photography.