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We at the Carrollwood Cultural Center rely on the support of the community to help sustain our programming which enables us to fulfill our mission.

“We live in an age when the most valuable asset any economy can have is the ability to be creative—to spark and imagine new ideas, be they Broadway tunes, great books, iPads or new cancer drugs.” – Thomas Friedman, New York Times.

 TurTurn on Lights buttonn On the Lights! (Sound & Lighting Fund) 

Remember the old refrain, “Lights! Camera! Action!”?   All shows start with the lights turning on. (If you want to wax philosophical, so does everything else.)  The Center’s “Turn on the Lights” campaign is raising funds to upgrade lighting in the main theatre. Our building was not originally designed as a performing arts venue, and its lighting technology is limited. We want to be able to support and provide multimedia, film, theatre, musical performances and other events for the community.

UnresCCC  General Operating Fund Buttontricted Gifts (General Operating Fund)

Individual donations can be given as an unrestricted gift to be used where it is most needed. Those who find it difficult to give one lump sum will be happy to know that pledges for financial support can be set up as a recurring gift.

Memorial Gifts ButtonMemorial Gifts

Celebrate the life of friends or loved ones by making a donation in their memory.  Acknowledgement cards will be sent to the next of kin making them aware of your gesture (gift amount will not be listed).  Memorial Gift Form available here:  CCC Memorial Gift Form or you can enter an honoree on the online giving form here.

Tuition Assistance Fund buttonThe Tom Jones Tuition Assistance Fund

The Tom Jones Tuition Assistance Fund was established to assure that the arts remain accessible to all individuals within the community regardless of their ability to pay.  Adults and children from low income families are able to attend classes or Summer Camps thanks, in part, to the generous donations made to this fund.

Lily Fund CCC Chorus ButtonThe Lily Bug Music Fund (Community Chorus)

Established by Mr. & Mrs. Bob Kerns in 2011, the Lily Bug Music Fund supports the Carrollwood Cultural Center Community Chorus. The fund helps with expenses such as: sheet music, guest artists and accompanist specifically for the chorus.  The Chorus currently has a need for risers!

Emma Bean Fund New HorizonsThe Emma Bean Fund (CCC’s New Horizons Band)

Established by Mr. & Mrs. Bob Kerns in 2013, the Emma Bean Fund supports the New Horizons Band at the Carrollwood Cultural Center.

 

Gallery ButtonThe Gallery at Carrollwood Cultural Center

The Center’s gallery is a living, growing, and  constantly changing, display of creative talent of visual artists – both local and international.  Donations to the Gallery help with hanging system maintenance, art reception costs, awards, and future lighting upgrades.

 

Carrollwood Winds ButtonCarrollwood Winds Community Band

Donations to this fund help support the Carrollwood Winds Community Band by offsetting performance costs, music fees, and instrument purchases and maintenance.

 

Piano Fund ButtonThe Piano Fund

Donations to the Piano Fund are tax deductible and help pay for the 13 various pianos throughout the Carrollwood Cultural Center and the maintenance of these fine instruments.

 


Donate Today!

Click here to make a donation. You will be able to choose a specific fund you would like to support or you may choose “General Operating Fund”.  All donations more than $10 will receive a letter of appreciation. All gifts are tax-deductible. For more information, contact Todd Dunkle at todd@carrollwoodcenter.org.

Friends of CarrollwoodCultural   Center is a 501(C)(3) not-for-profit organization and all gifts to FCCC are tax deductible to the full extent provided by law.  A COPY OF THE OFFICIAL REGISTRATION AND FINANCIAL INFORMATION MAY BE OBTAINED FROM THE DIVISION OF CONSUMER SERVICES BY CALLING TOLL-FREE 1-800-435-7352 WITHIN THE STATE. REGISTRATION DOES NOT IMPLY ENDORSEMENT, APPROVAL, OR RECOMMENDATION BY THE STATE.  REGISTRATION NUMBER CH16973.