Your loyal support helps us to sustain and grow this wonderful arts center.
Arts Center East is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization that relies on a variety of funding sources, including individual donations from members like you. Your generosity helps to make possible all that we do.
Arts Center East is deeply grateful to all who have supported our work in the last calendar year. Your generosity is making a big difference in the communities that we serve!
Energizers ($2,500 – $4,999)
Patrons ($1,500 – $2,499)
Leaders ($1,000 – $1,499)
Benefactors ($500 – 999)
Supporters ($250 – 499)
Contributors (Up to $249)
Interested in becoming a Sponsor?
- All individual/family donor names will be listed in the Annual Report
- Corporate Donors will be listed on our website
- Business logos will appear on the ACE website at the Leader and Champion levels
Call Executive Director Jennifer Kowal at 860-871-8222 for more information
Share a Share
At the suggestion of a member, Arts Center East has established an account with Edward R. Jones to receive donations through the transfer of appreciated stock. It is easy to do, and is a charitable gift under tax law. The donor can transfer one or more shares of stock to Arts Center East. The full value of the stock at time of transfer is available to Arts Center East, and the full value is allowed to the giver as a charitable donation. The great advantage of making a donation in this way is that neither the donor nor ACE incurs any tax penalty.
Our first donor of a single share of stock was excited to share this story to inspire others. Arts Center East is deeply grateful for this generous gift, and for the spark that initiated this new giving program!
“My dad was the one to purchase this stock in 2004, then valued at $22 a share, and now valued at $1900 at time of transfer. He apparently picked a winner! This is the greatest WIN-WIN I have experienced, and the most fun is seeing that ONE share can make such a big difference! My dad would have been 100 years old this year, and it would have pleased him to know we could do this.”