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ArtsWave Networking Groups

Connect with others who are dedicated to making an impact on our community through the arts. ArtsWave has a variety of donor groups that offer shared arts experiences, networking opportunities, and other amazing events. The arts bring people together!

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ArtsWave Young Professionals connects donors between 21 and 40 years of age. Members are committed to creating an engaged YP community and making a positive impact in the region. To identify as an ArtsWave Young Professional, check the YP box when you make your pledge. Members also have special donor benefits at the $75 and $500 level, and a portion of their gifts directly fund arts programming for young professionals.

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ArtsWave Pride welcomes and connects LGBTQIA individuals and Allies. To identify as an ArtsWave Pride member, check the ArtsWave Pride box when you make your pledge. A portion of your gift will directly fund art initiatives that promote and celebrate the LGBTQIA+ community.

Become a Pride Ambassador with a $500+ gift and receive invitations to select ArtsWave Leadership events and recognition in the ArtsWave Annual Report.

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The Women’s Leadership Roundtable is a powerful network of more than 450 women who support ArtsWave with an annual leadership gift of $1,500 or more. Members value the impact of the arts and celebrate how they bring people together through a variety of inspiring arts experiences.
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Founded in 2015, the Circle welcomes all African Americans who believe in the power of the arts to bridge cultural divides. Members give an annual gift of $1,500 or more, and a portion of their gifts directly fund Black arts initiatives.

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Representing a cross-section of industries and backgrounds, more that 1,200 leadership donors support ArtsWave with an annual leadership gift of $1,500 or more. Members contribute over $3 million to the annual campaign, fueling a more vibrant regional economy and connected community through the arts while enjoying a variety of benefits in thanks for their generosity.