Giving Opportunity Established for Patrons of the Arts
Patrons of the fine arts now have a way to provide permanent support for expanded arts experiences in a rural community. The Bethel-Tate Arts Appreciation Fund (AAF) has been established through The Greater Cincinnati Foundation by a local resident.
About the Bethel-Tate Arts Appreciation Fund
The fund (officially known as The Bethel-Tate Arts Appreciation Fund of The Greater Cincinnati Foundation) was established to enhance academic achievement and cultural awareness by financially supporting those events, projects, programs and activities that foster and encourage an appreciation for the arts through exposure and participation opportunities for the students of the Bethel-Tate Local School District. The AAF will enable Bethel-Tate students to participate in the fine arts “extras” that are limited locally, but readily available to students in more affluent school districts throughout the nation. Activities such as guest workshops and performing artists can open up a whole new world of appreciation of the fine arts for students.
These and associated opportunities can be quite costly in today’s overstretched school budgets which focus on mandated state curriculum requirements. This local fund will help pay for these opportunities, as well as enable investors with an artistic passion to focus on a specific cause.
Other Ways to Give
The fund accepts a wide variety of assets that can facilitate even the most complex forms of giving which include: