Your Support Makes ART Happen
Your support of the Community Arts Partnership's annual fund makes our work of strengthening the arts throughout Tompkins County possible!
We are so grateful for your new and continued support of the Community Arts Partnership during this difficult time. We understand that we have probably all taken a financial hit and you are worried about the health and safety of your families. We too are feeling these burdens. All we can say is that if you have the resources, we need your support in 2020 more than ever as we will experience shortfalls in government and private funding. If you love what CAP contributes to Tompkins County, please consider supporting us through the web link below or by check.
All gifts will be acknowledged on our website and annual report unless otherwise specified by the donor. We'll send a thank-you letter acknowledging your gift as a tax deductable charitable donation.
- Donate by Check, or Online
- Become a CAP Advocate (a 3 year pledge of $300 or more)
- Include CAP in your Estate Planning
DONATE BY CHECK
Payable to "Community Arts Partnership". Mail to: Community Arts Partnership, 110 N. Tioga Street, #301, Ithaca, NY 14850. Include the name(s) you would like CAP to use in their donor acknowledgements, your e-mail address, and (if donating $300 and up) that you would like to join the Advocacy Circle (see below.)
Click this link to donate online. (Thank you!) Paypal.me/artspartner
BECOME AN DONOR ADVOCATE!
- a 3 year pledge of $300 or more (more is great!)
- Please write "Advocate" in note section at the paypal link above, or write "Advocate" on your check.
What is the Advocates Circle?
The Community Arts Partnership has a proud history of administering quality programing and the time is right for this organization to do more. There are currently new opportunities, partnerships and collaborations being developed - and that's why we created the Advocates Circle.
Becoming a member of the Advocates Circle requires a pledge of (a minimum of) $300 a year for three years. So far, about 30 of our friends and neighbors stepped forward to make such a pledge!
We invite you to become part of the Circle, thereby providing CAP with the resources needed to take on these important additional responsibilities:
Working with local, state and national representatives to advocate effectively for Tompkins County's cultural institutions and opportunities.
Bring stakeholders together to define areas of mutual interest and develop clear messages and methods to advance those interests with a unified voice.
Enrich local arts and cultural programs and projects through research and the development of sources of significant support from outside of Tompkins County.
Benefits Provided Advocacy Members Include:
Invitation to CAP's annual celebration.
Kickoff "first dibs" reception for our annual CAP-a-Palooza Art Sale Extraordinaire.
Monthly e-mail updates and news from CAP Director Megan Barber.
INCLUDE CAP IN YOUR ESTATE PLANNING
Continue your Commitment to the Community Arts Partnership
By making a gift to CAP in your will or estate plan, you continue your legacy by ensuring that arts and culture remain a central part of our community, and that people all across our county continue to live creative and expressive lives.
The process is simple. You can affirm your commitment to future generations of artists and audiences by including a provision in your will to give some portion of your estate to the Community Arts Partnership.
Below is sample language you can bring to your attorney or estate planner. They can help you draft the exact language that’s right for you.
To give a specific dollar amount:
I hereby give, devise, and bequeath to the Community Arts Partnership of Tompkins County, or its successors in interest, with offices currently at 110 N. Tioga St., Suite 301, Ithaca, New York, federal tax ID 16-1384455, the sum of $X (written out), exclusive of my lifetime donations, if any, to be used for the Community Arts Partnership of Tompkins County’s most urgent priorities as determined by its board of trustees in their sole discretion.
To give a percentage of your estate:
I hereby give, devise, and bequeath to the Community Arts Partnership of Tompkins County, or its successors in interest, with offices currently at 110 N. Tioga St., Suite 301, Ithaca, New York, federal tax ID 16-1384455, X% of the rest, residue, and remainder of my estate, exclusive of my lifetime donations, if any, to be used for the Community Arts Partnership of Tompkins County’s most urgent priorities as determined by its board of trustees in their sole discretion.
To Learn More or Discuss Possibilities
Please contact CAP’s Executive Director, Megan Barber, at 607-273-5072 x19 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you have already included CAP in your estate plan, please let us know so we can recognize you as a member of our legacy society and thank you for your generosity.