The support of our audience members and friends is essential to Liss Fain Dance. Help us make our work come to life. Your contributions, of any amount, are essential for making our innovative projects possible.
Our artists' salaries, rehearsal space, music, sets, and costumes are largely underwritten by individual donors. Your donation translates directly into our ability to make art:
$400 is the salary of one dancer for one week.
$600 is the cost of renting studio space for one week of rehearsal.
$5,500 enables us to commission an original musical score.
$10,000 covers the cost of materials and construction for a large-scale installation set,
an architectural structure that encompasses the entire performance space.
DONATE ANY AMOUNT OR
JOIN THE FRIENDS OF LISS FAIN DANCE
AT THE LEVELS BELOW:
Supporter $25 - $199 | acknowledgement on programs
Benefactor $200 - $499 | acknowledgement on programs
Patron $500 - $999 | above benefit + invitation to attend rehearsal
Angel $1000 - $4999 | above benefits + discussion with artists
Star $5000 and above | above benefits + dinner with artists
The team of artists at the core of our work--Artistic Director Liss Fain, the dancers, Matthew Antaky (installation and lighting designer), Dan Wool (composer), and Mary Domenico (costume designer)--thank you for your adventurous spirit and dedication to our work.
TO DONATE BY CHECK:
Make your check payable to "Liss Fain Dance," put "donation" on the memo line, and mail to:
Liss Fain Dance, 26 Seventh Street, 5th Floor, San Francisco, CA 94103.
Does your employer match your charitable contributions? Your gift to Liss Fain Dance may be doubled or even tripled if your company matches your contribution. Check with your employer's human resource department for more information or for an official matching gift form.
Liss Fain Dance is a non-profit, 501(c)(3)corporation. Your contributions to Liss Fain Dance are fully tax-deductible. Contributors (unless you choose to remain anonymous) will receive name recognition on performance programs and other printed materials. For more information, please contact Projects Manager Megan Kurashige at firstname.lastname@example.org
Photo: RJ Muna