Cincinnati Institute of Fine Arts
ArtsWave helps create the kind of thriving arts environment that makes the Cincinnati region a better place to live, work, play, and stay. We support and collaborate with arts organizations large and small throughout the area. Music, dance, theatre, galleries, museums, art centers, festivals, and more create communitywide benefits for everyone here. The arts create benefits like attractive, lively neighborhoods and a population that comes together to share ideas and experiences.
New England Foundation for the Arts
The New England Foundation for the Arts, headquartered in Boston, Massachusetts, is one of six not-for-profit regional arts organizations funded by the National Endowment for the Arts and by private foundations, corporations and individuals.
United Performing Arts Fund
Founded in 1967, United Performing Arts Fund (UPAF) is essential to sustaining a thriving and vibrant performing arts scene in Southeastern Wisconsin. The mission of UPAF is to secure community resources, promote the performing arts as a regional asset, and improve the quality of life in our community through responsible investment in and financial support of the performing arts in Southeastern Wisconsin. UPAF raises funds to provide financial support for diverse, world-class performing arts. Each year more than 21,000 individuals, corporations and foundations in Southeastern Wisconsin support the UPAF Annual Campaign, making it one of the nation's largest united arts funds. In addition to raising and allocating operating funds, UPAF serves as a community-wide resource by promoting the excellence, reputation and impact of our performing arts.
Theatre Development Fund
New York, NY
Theatre Development Fund, a not-for-profit organization, was created with the conviction that the live theatrical arts afford a unique expression of the human condition that must be sustained and nurtured. TDF’s twofold mission is to identify and provide support, including financial assistance, to theatrical works of artistic merit, and to encourage and enable diverse audiences to attend live theatre and dance in all their venues.
New York Foundation for the Arts
NYFA was established in 1971 as an independent nonprofit service organization to serve individual artists throughout New York State. Since then we have extended our programs and services throughout the United States and the international community. Today, NYFA's programs and resources are far-reaching and are rooted in a wealth of physical and online resources. Each year, NYFA awards $650,000 in cash grants to individual visual, performing, and literary artists based in New York State. NYFA’s Fiscal Sponsorship program, one of the oldest and most reputable in the country, helps national artists and arts organizations raise and manage an average of $4 million annually. NYFA’s Learning programs, including its Artist as Entrepreneur Boot Camp and Immigrant Artist Mentoring Programs, provide thousands of artists with professional development training and support. NYFA’s website, NYFA.org, is used by more than 1 million people and features more than 20,000 opportunities and resources available to artists in all disciplines.
United Way of Lancaster County
Mobilize the caring power of our community to achieve impactful, systemic social change within Lancaster County. Our focus areas are: kindergarten readiness, post-secondary credential obtainment, decreasing the number of people living in poverty, and increasing the number of people who have access to a medical home. We do this by supporting 10 collective impact partnerships (with more than 300 partners) that align with these community-identified priorities. We act as a county-wide convener, bringing our community together to discuss issues, share resources, improve and expand services, and advocate for all vulnerable Lancastrians.
Fund for the Arts
Located in Louisville, Kentucky, the Fund for the Arts is the oldest united arts fund in the country and has raised over $172 million since its establishment. Mayor Charles R. Farnsley, served as Mayor of the City of Louisville from 1948 to 1953, and first conceived of the Fund for the Arts in 1949.
Town Hall Foundation Inc
New York, NY
The Town Hall is a performance space, located at 123 West 43rd Street, between Sixth Avenue and Broadway, in Midtown Manhattan, New York City. It opened on January 12, 1921, and seats approximately 1,500 people.
Milwaukee Youth Arts Center
The Milwaukee Youth Arts Center is an arts-in-education facility in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. A performing arts education and rehearsal facility for the young people of southeastern Wisconsin, it provides opportunities for children to express themselves through the arts in a multicultural environment. The facility has rehearsal halls, classrooms, and other training spaces, a theater resource center, a music library, a costume shop, and administrative offices.
American Public Media Group
Saint Paul, MN
American Public Media Group, formerly the Minnesota Communications Group, is the non-profit parent organization of Minnesota Public Radio, American Public Media, Southern California Public Radio, and the Fitzgerald Theater. Jon McTaggart is APMG's President and CEO.