Donor Investments

 

We are grateful to our public and private donors for believing in and supporting our work to ensure Culture For All.

Below are examples of ASC’s investments for the 2018-2019 fiscal year. The investments align with ASC’s mission to ensure access to an excellent, relevant, and sustainable cultural community for the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Region.

 

A Sign Of The Times of the Carolinas
$20,000.00
To provide an unrestricted investment in general operations, administrations, and programs

BNS Productions
$7,500.00
To support the development of Boys to Baghdad, a stage play that sheds light on Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder among veterans

Carolina Raptor Center
$100,363.00
To provide an unrestricted investment in general operations, administrations, and programs

The Carolinas Latin Dance Company
$7,500.00
To provide an unrestricted investment in general operations, administrations, and programs

Charlotte Cinema Arts
$4,000.00
To support the Charlotte Film Festival programming which highlights films with themes of Social Injustice, Women’s Issues, African American Affairs and the plight of the under-represented

Cornelius Cultural Arts Group
$3,500.00
To connect community, enhance quality of life in Cornelius and the surrounding Lake Norman region by promoting programs of creative expression in arts, science, diversity and history

Digi-Bridge
$10,000.00
Digi-Bridge would like to continue funding our partnership with Briarwood Academy for one year (four series) of #STEAMSaturdays programming to promote STEAM education among all communities

Festival in the Park
$6,000.00
To support new and emerging artists in the region by awarding four artists an exhibitor sponsorship during Festival in the Park or Kings Drive Art Walk

Goodyear Arts
$6,000.00
To support a series of free art workshops designed for neighbors of Camp North End, Druid Hills and Lockwood taught by Goodyear Arts Collective artists

India Association of Charlotte
$5,000.00
To support the 25th annual Festival of India, presenting the rich cultural diversity of India to the mainstream community in and around Mecklenburg County

Jazz Arts Initiative
$42,500.00
To provide an unrestricted investment in general operations, administrations, and programs

Matthews Playhouse of the Performing Arts
$30,000.00
To provide an unrestricted investment in general operations, administrations, and programs

Mint Hill Arts
$10,000.00
To provide an unrestricted investment in general operations, administrations, and programs

Three Bone Theatre
$12,500.00
To provide an unrestricted investment in general operations, administrations, and programs

WORLDL!T
$5,000.00
To produce an international food and music festival to connect Charlotte’s immigrant communities to a wider audience to increase understanding and acceptance of cultural and creative expression

 

FY20 APPROVED GRANTS AS OF AUGUST 21, 2019

 

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