Will you be a Founding Donor?
Don’t miss out on this ground breaking opportunity to rise up and root yourself in The Venue. As a Founding Donor you can be a part of elevating and expanding the culture of High River now and for generations to come.
Our immediate goal is to raise a minimum of $2 million by the spring of 2020 to initiate the building process.
A “Pallet Wall” will serve as a visual tribute to your valued contribution, integral to the building and reflective of our mission.
With a gift of $5,000 your name, your company’s name or the name of a loved one will be branded onto a re-purposed pallet board and become a fixed design element inside The Venue’s front foyer as a sign of your commitment to develop skills and confidence through the arts.
If you want to share the cost of a board, donate towards a communal board or initiate a board and challenge your social network to get it up on the Pallet Wall. Contact us if you are interested in contributing to a communal pallet board ‘expression’ or ‘tribute’.
If your wish is to make a contribution over $5,000 please contact our Fundraising Team to talk about how best to apply your gift to this legacy
We are excited to get our initial capital project underway through our founding Pallet Wall and are continuing to take action through government, corporate, and matching grants.
The High River Performing Arts Foundation is a Non-Profit Society (5021382972) registered under the Societies Act in Alberta. The Board is working to obtain Registered Charity status with the Government of Canada, to assist in making the arts available to individuals and groups, who would otherwise not have access to performing and creative arts facilities and mentorship.
Cassa Musical Arts has many challenges fitting our programs into available places and spaces. Piloting a Cassa Musical Arts program in High River may be in our future.
Calgary Arts Summer School Association
I am looking forward to bring Broadway Bound Coaching master classes and new theatrical performances to High River’s new performing arts center.