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SUPPORT OUR 2024 SEASON
Dear Center for the Arts Friends,
Our 2023-2024 season is off to a magical start, thanks to Center for the Arts supporters like you! This past year, patrons like yourself enjoyed Occasional Monday Night Movies, Beaufort Theatre Company’s Sound of Music, Lunch with Authors, and professional touring artists such as Ray on My Mind. In addition, hundreds of school children came to see Beaufort Children’s Theatre productions, such as “Frozen, JR” and other professional touring school shows.
We are so grateful for the support you’ve given us during our 2023 season’s performances. Because of your generosity, USCB Center for the Arts continues to provide diverse, artistic and cultural programs that enrich our community.
These facts may be repeated year after year, but it’s important to consider that it costs over $400,000 annually to cover production, programming, marketing, and administrative costs. Ticket sales cover just over half of our annual budget, and our generous sponsors have already committed $24,000 towards our season’s programming. So, as you can see, your support is critical!
I am asking you today to consider giving a gift to support our remaining 2024 season. It’s a gift that will keep on giving beyond the holiday season with creativity, inspiration, and performing arts our entire community will enjoy, from kids 1 to 92!
A gift of any amount will make a huge difference and help to make our 2024 season shine. Each donation will be acknowledged in our 2024 Playbill and the donor board displayed in the CFA lobby. It’s also a beautiful opportunity to give ‘In Memory of’ or ‘In Honor of’ this holiday season.
(P.S. With tax season approaching, any charitable donation up to $300 is considered a tax break without meeting other thresholds. This makes your donation a gift that benefits you and the Center for the Arts!)
Give us a call at 843-521-4145 or click the link below to give online today! Thank you for your support and for staying centered on the arts! Happy Holidays!
Director, USCB Center for the Arts