Art House Secures Future with Cleveland Foundation Organizational Fund!

Each day, as Art House fulfills its mission of to make art accessible to Brooklyn Centre and the Greater Cleveland community by providing instruction, encouragement, and facilities, dollars designated for our long-term needs are growing quietly in a fund that helps secure our future. With the generosity of donors and the foresight of our board and leadership team, the Art House, Inc. Endowment Fund was established with the Cleveland Foundation in 2012 to help strengthen our long-term financial stability by augmenting external funding sources. With oversight from our board, the Cleveland Foundation stewards our fund and ensures that each dollar multiplies over time to generate revenues earmarked for Art House, Inc. The fund also provides peace of mind for our donors who recognize that Art House and the majority of our programs operate with the goal of sustainability.

Art House, Inc. will be recognized during the foundation’s “Organizational Fund Partner Appreciation Week” May 7-13 and throughout the year. Look for our name in Cleveland Foundation outreach materials and follow #CLEfund on social media to learn more about how organizational funds like ours are helping Greater Cleveland prepare for the future.

If you are interested in supporting our mission, please consider making a contribution to the Art House, Inc. Endowment Fund online via:

All gifts to our fund are tax deductible at the highest income tax levels, and the Cleveland Foundation will provide your gift receipt. More nuanced gifts such as appreciated securities or planned gifts such as charitable gift annuities, charitable remainder trusts and charitable lead trusts may also be accepted in support of our organization. Contact us or connect with the Cleveland Foundation’s Advancement team at 877-554-5054 for a personalized consultation.

No matter how you choose to give to our organization, we can ensure that gifts to our fund at the Cleveland Foundation will make a difference by being preserved today and invested to meet our areas of greatest need tomorrow.

Gabbi Larkens

Art House Intern

BW student

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