The Regal Foundation was established in 2003 as a non-profit charitable organization to coordinate support for numerous national and local philanthropic groups. The Regal Foundation supports the communities in which Regal operates by partnering with selected charities to aid the initiatives of national and local charitable entities dedicated to the assistance of persons affected by economic, social, physical or educational disadvantages in the following four areas: education, health, military, and children & family .
Some of our national partners include: The American Red Cross, Boys & Girls Clubs of America, St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital and Variety – The Children’s Charity. Additionally, Regal supports many other local, regional and national charities across the U.S.
All grant application and donation requests undergo careful consideration by the Regal Foundation Board to ensure grants provide the greatest benefit to the greatest number of people.
Can I request a Donation from the Regal Foundation?
Organizations may apply for Regal Foundation grants if they are dedicated to the assistance of persons affected by economic, social, physical or educational disadvantages and meet the following criteria:
- Must be a registered 501c3 organization.
- Must be requesting a monetary grant (no gift card/ticket/concession requests).
- Must be able to demonstrate that a Regal grant would be used to further the Regal Foundation’s mission of improving the quality of life in communities where our theatres operate.
If your organization meets the above criteria, it may be eligible for a Regal Foundation grant.
Currently our application cycle is closed. Please check back in the future.
Ways We Partner with Moviegoers to Give Back
Regal hosts an annual summer fundraiser called "Stars of Hope" where guests are invited to donate $1 or more to help Regal Foundation’s many partners. Additionally, a “Holiday Round Up” campaign allows moviegoers to round up purchases at the concessions stand. All proceeds from these two initiatives benefit the Regal Foundation.
Each summer, Regal also hosts the nine-week Summer Movie Express where moviegoers of all ages can climb aboard to enjoy a great selection of G and PG rated movies for only $1 to benefit the Will Rogers Institute.
Many Regal theatres across the country proudly provide the deaf and hearing-impaired access to open-captioned movies. Selected shows feature the dialogue written on the screen in a subtitle format. Filmmakers may also make descriptive audio available where an additional narration track assists blind and visually impaired guests. (Click here to find out more.)