50 Years Of Building Community Through The Arts

November 19, 2017

by ACP Board of Trustees

This year the Arts Council of Princeton celebrates fifty years of transforming lives and building community through the arts. We do this via our arts education, camps, outreach programs, gallery exhibitions, stage performances and community events.

We are especially proud of our outreach work which comprises several hundreds of hours of free programs annually for our most vulnerable residents. We provide low-income children a safe place to be creative and seniors an opportunity to heal through the artistic process.

We depend on donors who understand that the arts have the power to change lives. As you consider your giving this season, please remember the tangible benefits your gift to the Arts Council provides. For instance:

A gift of $5,000 funds ArtsExchange for one month—a weekly hands-on arts experience for HomeFront children that includes a hot meal.

A gift of $4,000 helps underwrite a gallery exhibition or a public art project.

A gift of $2,500 supports an Anne Reeves Artist-in-Residence.

A gift of $1,000 enables us to offer low-income and infirmed seniors arts instruction through our Creative Aging program.

A gift of $500 allows us to run one group of Kids at Work workshops, where elementary school students create art inspired by works exhibited in our award-winning Taplin Gallery.

A gift of $250 funds a scholarship for one-week of summer arts camp for a student who might not otherwise be able to attend.

By giving to the Arts Council, you help ensure that all members of our community continue to have access to the arts and arts education.

Your tax-deductible gift of ANY amount means so much. Make an online donation to our annual fund or contact our Development Director, Courtney Brettle at cbrettle@artscouncilofprinceton.org or 609.924.8777, ext. 109.

Thank you and best wishes for a Happy Holiday Season,


Board of Trustees
Arts Council of Princeton

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