So Many Ways to Give
There are many ways to support the Fitton Center for Creative Arts. Many of our programs require special funding in order to thrive. Individuals or corporations can help by being an event or series sponsor, or consider contributing to our arts education campaign in the fall.
For more information on this or any of the following programs, please contact the Director of Development, Alisa Miller at 513 863 8873 x115.
Ways to Give
One-time or recurring tax-deductible gift
Your gift helps us continue our programming and enables us to continue our mission of building community excellence through the arts and culture. This can be done in honor of someone for their birthday or anniversary or in memory of a loved one.
With the dedicated and continued support of donors since 1993, the Fitton Center has been able to positively impact thousands in our community through quality arts education programming and community engagement. The intent of the Building. Community. Fundraising Campaign (formerly know as Common Threads) is to ensure that these programs continue.
Sponsoring an event provides a great way to broaden your audience and improve your company’s exposure, while allowing for continued arts entertainment at the Fitton Center.
Making a lasting contribution to the Fitton Center by naming us as a beneficiary in your will.
How far does Your giving go?
Allows one student to take one summer camp, one class session or five private music lessons. Allows one student to attend art class at the Boys and Girls Club for one year. Provides lodging for a visiting artist for one night.
Provides honorariums for two art competition judges. Art supplies for ten students in summer camp.
Provides art supplies for children and adults at Booker T. Washington for one year. A year’s worth of art supplies at the Creation Station. Send five students to camp.
Pottery supplies for seven 6-week classes. A year’s worth of canvases, paint and art supplies for Art +Wine.