The Woodruff Art Center’s Annual Campaign supports critical operating expenses – including many shared functions that benefit all of the Arts Partners – as well as funding for programs and educational outreach. The Campaign is comprised of corporate, foundation and individual gifts and also includes the Employees for the Arts (EFA), a corporate workplace-giving program made up of individual supporters with gifts beginning at $25. The Campaign is one of the largest arts funds in the country, with more than 130 volunteers and nearly 2,000 donors.
The Friends of the Woodruff Arts Center play a vital role in our efforts to bring world-class performing arts to our community and help to ensure the longevity and fiscal stability of the Woodruff Arts Center, contributing over $500,000 annually to the Annual Campaign.
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Through Employees for the Arts (EFA), companies in Atlanta offer their employees the opportunity to directly connect with the arts at the Woodruff Arts Center. Your contributions help the Woodruff Arts Center provide the best in visual and performing arts as well as arts education to nearly 1.5 million people annually, including 500,000 children. In thanks for their involvement, EFA contributors receive exclusive discounts and access to tickets across our campus.
To make a contribution to the Woodruff Arts Center through Employees for the Arts, click here >> or call Rochelle Reeder, Manager of Workplace Giving at 404.733.5300.
There are several ways to support the Alliance Theatre financially. If you don't know which option is best for you, please contact us and we'll work with you to determine the best way to contribute.
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Your gift of any amount helps provide enriching student and family programs and brings world-class art exhibitions to Atlanta.
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When you give to the Orchestra's Annual Fund, you bring the joy of music not just to Atlanta Symphony Hall, but to your schools and your neighborhoods, as well. Last year, more than 65,000 students benefited from the Orchestra's music education programs, such as Concerts for Young People and the Talent Development Program.
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Arts for Learning, Woodruff Arts Center depends on the generous support of donors to fulfill our mission of transforming the lives and learning of Georgia’s young people through the arts. Your donation supports our innovative literacy programs and other residencies, workshops and in-school performances.
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