We Need Your Support
The UGA Performing Arts Center relies on a combination of public, private, and corporate financial support to sustain our operations and to produce hundreds of events each season. State funding only goes so far, and we must raise additional funds to cover the expenses related to our world-class professional presenting program.
Below you’ll see ways you can help us fulfill our mission of making first-rate concerts and theatrical events and educational experiences available to patrons of all ages in Athens-Clarke County and the surrounding area. Your support is critical to our success, and no gift is too small.
The Choice is Yours
Performing Arts Center Concert Fund
This fund supports the Performing Arts Center’s ambitious professional concert programming. Each performance needs your financial assistance — no matter how modest.Make Online Gift
Arts Education Partners Fund
This fund helps develop the artists and audiences of tomorrow through school-day concerts and programming specifically for area K-12 students and workshops for UGA students.Make Online Gift
Franklin College Chamber Music Fund
This fund supports the ongoing tradition of presenting professional chamber music on the University of Georgia campus by small ensembles from throughout the world.Make Online Gift
You can also reach us by phone to facilitate any donations (706-542-2031).
Other Ways to Support
Volunteer ushers represent the university at all events as an important link to the Performing Arts Center’s patrons. We maintain a volunteer team of approximately 80 people. Additionally, volunteer medical personnel are present at most UGA Presents performances.Learn More
Purchase Season Tickets
Subscribers are very important to us! More than just bringing wonderful experiences into your life at a great value, your season ticket purchase helps brings stability and security to our professional concert programming and operations.Learn More
Thank You to Our Corporate Sponsors!
These business proudly support our professional concert programming, educational outreach experiences, and facility operations.