Check with your employer to see if they offer matching gifts.
Let your employer know you support Interact! Many employers–large and small–encourage their employees to contribute to organizations. You can see if your company offers matching gifts or check this list of known employers who match. Ask for the necessary paperwork, send it to Interact, and we’ll do the rest–with double the thanks!
Consider making a Legacy Gift to Interact through a will or living trust.
If you know an Interact artist, or someone who has been an artist at Interact, you already know the difference we make in the lives of people with disabilities. When you begin thinking forward to the foundation you want to leave for the next generation, consider including Interact in your legacy planning. Talk to your financial advisor about the best way to leave your gift for artists with disabilities who will benefit well into the future. Please contact Raleigh Wolpert, Advancement Director, at [email protected] with questions.
Sponsor a program or special event.
Share your success with Interact’s artists with disabilities, and to show the community you believe in our mission. We’ll tell our entire community how generous you are! There are lots of ways to sponsor an Interact program or special event – through a financial contribution, by helping with marketing, by contributing necessary supplies, and more. Please contact Raleigh Wolpert, Advancement Director, at [email protected] with any questions or ideas.
Spice up your menu with Minnesota Nice Spice.
Minnesota Nice Spice was created and is wholly owned, by the family of one of Interact’s most talented visual artists. You’ll see her keen eye for the label design. And when you cook with these delicious blends, you’ll not only spice up your own menu… You’ll help support every Interact artist–because all the proceeds are dedicated to support Interact.
Select Interact Center for the Visual and Performing Arts as your charity on AmazonSmile.
If you shop at Amazon you might already benefit from their free shipping and discount prices – now here’s a way to benefit yourself and Interact’s talented artists with disabilities! They make it as easy as a click!
Serve on our Board of Directors.
Interact’s Board of Directors is made up of teachers, nonprofit professionals, artists, social services professionals, community volunteers – people who believe in our mission and have a passion to support our mission to create art that challenges perceptions of disability. Please contact Glenis Zempel, Director of Operations, at [email protected] with questions.
Make a contribution to honor or remember your favorite Interact artist.
Encourage an artist by honoring them with a contribution in their name. Or leave a legacy to the memory of an artist whose spirit lives on in the lives of friends and colleagues here at Interact.
Imagine yourself surrounded by creativity all day long, and you’ve imagined a day in the life of an Interact volunteer. Interact volunteers make all the difference from bringing your own skills and talents into our Theater or Studio to chatting with an artist over lunch. Come visit to see how you can put your spirit of service to work for Interact! Please contact Deb Holtz at [email protected] with any questions or ideas.
Interact Center for the Visual and Performing Arts is a 501c3 organization (Federal Tax ID: 41-1802858). All contributions are tax-deductible to the fullest extent allowed by law.