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Ways to Support the Wassaic

Project:

The Wassaic Project is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization. We appreciate any contribution you can make to help keep our organization thriving! 

 

Our Annual Summer Benefit is on Saturday, June 10. Our Summer Benefit is one of the major ways to fund the Wassaic Project. We hope you will be able to attend and help support our growing organization!


2016 Annual Appeal

“Thank you for being a wonderful residency and arts organization. Please accept my donation as a residency alum for the end of 2016. I wish you all the best in the new year.” XO — Former Artist Resident

“The Wassaic Project is an outstanding community treasure. Thank you for all your hard work!” — Wassaic Resident

 

As we head into the new year, please support the Wassaic Project in creating positive change across political and social boundaries.

Feel free to check out our Annual Appeal mailer: the letter, trifold, and reply card. The reply card can be printed and returned to The Wassaic Project at PO Box 220; Wassaic, NY 12592. See our “Donate” section below for other payment options.

 

Hear our Education Director (Tara Foley) along with Co-Director Jeff Barnett-Winsby and other community members discuss the impact the Wassaic Project has had and continues to have on students in local schools:

And here past residents and festival artists discuss what they’ve gained by participating in the Wassaic Project:

 

Shop Online

Whenever you shop on Amazon.com, select the Wassaic Project as your Amazon Smile organization of choice. Use this link to search for and purchase items on Amazon and 0.5% of all eligible purchases will be donated to the Wassaic Project.

Visit Wassaic

Next time you visit Wassaic on Metro North, select a “Getaway Package” instead of the Wassaic station as your destination and earn a discounted ticket! The Wassaic Project will also receive $5 for every ticket purchased through this offer. More information can be found on the MTA’s website. Offer is valid every Saturday in the month of October.

Donate

You can donate via paypal, send a check to PO Box 220, Wassaic NY 12592, or get in touch with Bowie at bowie@wassaicproject.org

A very special Wassaic Project supporter has very generously pledged to match up to $10,000 of first-time donor gifts, and increased gifts from past donors. Please join us to help sustain our community of artists, art-lovers, and art-students today.

Donate $1,000 and join the major donors club– have your name in the mill!

$165 ART SCOUT SPONSOR
pays for four sessions of art camp for one local student.
$250 FESTIVAL FRIEND
pays for one performance group’s travel for the Summer Festival.
$500 RESIDENCY PATRON
pays for the fellowship for one artist in residence.
$1,000 MAJOR DONOR
pays for one month of our Wassaic X Webutuck, our high school education program. … and you get your name on the Maxon Mills MAJOR DONORS CLUB Wall.
$2,500 SUPER SUPPORTER
pays the top floor exhibiting artist’s materials and honorarium.
$5,000 KING OF THE MILL
pays for our Community Day Programming. …. and you get a private dinner in the mill with the directors, and our eternal love!

Read our 2015 Annual Appeal here.

 

Recurring Donation

Or become a Monthly Member and sign up to make Monthly Donations to the Wassaic Project. Monthly Memberships give us a reliable base of support! If you have any questions email Bowie@wassaicproject.org.

ENTHUSIASTIC SUPPORTER – $5
Wassaic Project Canvas Tote Bag

SERIOUS SUPPORTER + – $20
All the benefits of the Serious Supporter donor level plus an Annual Benefit Print

HERO OF THE ARTS + – $100
Your name on the Maxon Mills Patron Wall plus an annual Benefit print and Wassaic Tote Bag.


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We are so grateful for your interest and support. Your generosity not only keeps the lights on – it helps us attract the most dynamic mix of residents, performers, and volunteers.

Hear Rick Lowe, founder of Project Row Houses, speak about this impact of the Wassaic Project:

“When I came here, I saw exactly the opposite of what was happening around the country where towns are being forgotten and they’re being lost because there’s no investment.”

“This is a symbolic gesture to people in different towns, different places, it’s symbolic to artists, it empowers us all to believe that we can actually engage and become the agent of change and not just a tool for it.”

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