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Help Support WheatonArts!
Wheaton Arts and Cultural Center is a multifaceted arts organization with a mission to engage artists and audiences in an evolving exploration of creativity. It has been an arts center for audiences of all ages for four decades, featuring diverse traditional and contemporary arts programs, classes, workshops and exhibitions.
WheatonArts is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that is supported by individual, foundation, corporate and public support for general operations and programming. None, however, is more crucial to our success than individual contributions. Your generous donations and memberships help us to keep general admission and ticket prices at affordable levels that make the arts accessible to everyone in our community. Donations also help fund new arts classes for children and adults, build and renovate facilities, provide fellowships for young artists and help send a wealth of arts programs and performances to K-12 students in the region. While there are many categories available for giving, your donations in any amount are truly appreciated!
Additional opportunities are also available to fund Creative Glass Center of America Fellowships for emerging artists to work in residencies in the Hot Glass Studio, to sponsor major events, to fund major capital improvements, and to underwrite ongoing and new educational programs and community art projects. Sponsors of WheatonArts events and programs receive sponsorship benefits at a variety of financial levels. In-kind donations of equipment, supplies, materials and services have also filled critical and substantial needs at the Center. We also encourage you to consider a wide range of planned giving opportunities to help ensure WheatonArts’ future and provide a legacy of cultural fulfillment for generations to come.
To all of our past, current and future supporters, we thank you!! If you would like more information, or would like to discuss different types of giving in detail, please call the Development Office at 856-825-6800, ext. 114.