Donations in any amount are sincerely appreciated. If you have questions and would like to speak to someone directly, please call 717-567-7023. You may also donate by mailing a check made payable to: PCCA, PO Box 354, Newport, PA 17074
Donations may be targeted to a specific PCCA program or fundraising initiative or you may donate to PCCA’s General Operating Fund. When you click on the DONATE button above, then REVIEW DONATION AND CONTINUE you will have the opportunity to specify how you would like your funds to be used.
Examples of PCCA’s programs:
- PCCA Gallery
- Quilt Barn Trail
- Student Scholarships (you can even target one of Perry County’s four school districts)
- Joni Williamson Scholarship Fund
- Specific exhibitions at Landis House (like PCCA’s Annual Juried Art Exhibition) or the PCCA Gallery
- Sunday Arts Hour
- Poetry and Photography Contests
- Youth Art Day
Examples of PCCA’s fundraising initiatives:
- Enhancement Appeal (summer mailing)
- Annual Appeal (winter mailing)
- Support of Little Buffalo Festival
- Buy a Brick
- Country Casual
Donations to PCCA’s General Operating Fund are those not so glamorous, hard-to-get dollars that help us keep the lights on.
No matter what category and how much, we appreciate your support. It tells us that you acknowledge and appreciate our efforts to build community through the arts.
In return, we would like to offer you a token of our appreciation.
- $49 and below: Receive recognition in PCCA’s Annual Report
- $50 – $99: Receive the above, plus a 10% discount at PCCA Gallery which can be used to enhance your PCCA membership discount
- $100 – $249: Receive all of the above, plus recognition on PCCA’s website
- $250 – $499: Receive all of the above, plus an 1/8 page acknowledgement in the Artsquarter
- $500 – $999: Receive all of the above, plus PCCA’s annual Perry County Calendar
- $1,000 – $2,499: Receive all of the above, plus recognition on an outdoor notice board outside PCCA Gallery through 2015
- $2,500 and above: Receive all of the above, plus recognition as a “Friend of PCCA” on plaques at Landis House and PCCA Gallery