Your Contribution Is Important
Since 1996, the Performing Arts Center has been a place of entertainment, culture, and education. Much of its programming is made possible through the generous and deeply appreciated gifts of many donors, including individuals, corporations, businesses, foundations, and government agencies. With continuing fiscal challenges, these financial commitments are essential. There are various ways to donate to UGA Performing Arts Center.
To donate online, click here.
Underwriting Concerts and Projects
All concerts are underwritten by individuals or businesses. Underwriters enjoy numerous benefits, including:
Acknowledgement in annual subscription brochure
Program book recognition
The opportunity to meet the performers
Recognition via lobby signage
Complimentary tickets to the underwritten event
First choice of attractions to underwrite for the next season
In addition, individuals and businesses can underwrite such projects as concert tickets and ticket envelopes, with their name or logo printed on the item.
The Annual Fund
Each year, beginning in February, hundreds of donors make tax-deductible contributions of all sizes to the Annual Fund. Gifts may be made "In Memory of . . ." and "In Honor of . . . ."
Donations with Subscriptions
Many donors take the opportunity to make their contribution while renewing their subscriptions.
Return of Concert Tickets
If you are unable to attend a concert for which you have tickets, you can call the box office and return these tickets for resale. You will receive a letter acknowledging the value of the tickets as a contribution which may be tax-deductible.
Many of our patrons wish to make a lasting contribution to the Performing Arts Center through planned giving. Contributing to the UGA PAC Endowment Fund ensures the continuance and stability of our programs and can provide the donor with tax advantages over multiple years.
David S. Levenson, Director of Development and General Manager
UGA PAC programs are supported in part by the Georgia Council for the Arts through the appropriations of the Georgia General Assembly. The Council is a Partner Agency of the National Endowment for the Arts.