This December your donation will travel twice as far. All gifts up to $20,000 will be matched dollar for dollar.
Please join us for UFAH's first virtual fundraiser with guest artist David Reedy and 2020 Campaign Chairs, Jay Lokken and Ken Riley.
FROM THE UNITED FUND FOR THE ARTS AND HUMANITIES
David Reedy, Jay Lokken, and Ken Riley have teamed together to spread the message of the importance of giving to the arts and humanities this holiday season. The virtual fundraiser will be available through December 31st.
Please give this December. All gifts up to $20,000 will be matched dollar for dollar.
We are asking for your help to sustain quality arts and humanities programming in the La Crosse area. Along with many others, our member groups are facing significant revenue losses due to canceled and postponed events, performances, exhibits and educational programming. Our member groups continue to find new and exciting ways to bring the arts and humanities to you in a safe and socially distanced way. Many times this new programming does not bring in the funding that is needed to sustain operations. UFAH’s dedicated donors and community partners can have an even bigger impact. This December every dollar raised will be matched up to $20,000.
To support the local arts and humanities organizations donate today!
All gifts over $750 will also receive a signed copy of David Reedy's CD, The Season, while supplies last. Enjoy a sampling of this CD below.
Thank you for all gifts to the 2020 UFAH Campaign.
Your generosity supports twelve nonprofit arts and humanities organizations in the La Crosse area. With our deepest gratitude, please enjoy a sampling of Holiday Instrumentals from our past campaign chair, David Reedy.
Jay Lokken and Ken Riley, Patti and Jeff Lokken and Dick Record for the generous gift match to the 2020 Campaign,
David Reedy for the donation of CD's,
A special thank you to
Jay Lokken and Ken Riley for the donation of the two nights stay at the Bentley Wheeler Bed and Breakfast, and
Jay Lokken, Ken Riley, David Reedy, Karen Houlihan, Diane Foust, and Amelia Dittman for their work on the virtual fundraiser.