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Corporate Giving is an Investment in the Community (from The pARTnership Movement)

The new pARTnership Movement has really resonated with the Cultural Alliance of York County (PA). Though we solicit individuals now, we started, and mostly still are, a corporate campaign for the arts. Annually we raise $1.2 million dollars. More than 300 companies make that happen by contributing to a campaign for arts, history, and culture. […]

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Alec Baldwin: A Critical Time for Arts Funding

Hello. I’m Alec Baldwin. Over the past few months, you may have seen me on television doing a series of commercials for Capital One. What you may not know is that I am donating all of the proceeds from this work to cultural charities, including some of the organizations with which I’m involved: Guild Hall […]

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Kansas: To the Stars Through Difficulties

The recent events in the Kansas state government were like “déjà vu all over again” for those of us in Topeka. In 2005, our city council decided that our local arts council would no longer receive funding from the general budget, or any budget for that matter. In response, the Topeka Community Foundation moved ahead […]

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