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Now more than ever, craft needs you. Join us—become a builder of the future of craft.
Annual Fund contributions of any size provide vital support where it’s needed most. From giving emerging craft leaders critical resources to offering innovative programming and exhibitions, your gift will strengthen the field of craft today.
Align your brand with the Center for Craft through exhibition, program, reception, and event sponsorship! With a growing regional and national audience, we provide a range of opportunities and benefits to best suit your company.
Craft your legacy and increase your giving potential both now and in the future through planned giving. Please consult your personal legal, tax, and/or financial advisor to see if this might be the right option for you.
The Center’s first comprehensive campaign, currently at 96% of an $11 million goal, provides for a 21st-century visitor experience, free public programming, and a prestigious national grants program endowed in perpetuity. You can make a one-time, recurring, or multi-year gift by visiting our donate page. (can we link here?) See below for ways your gift can go even further.
Give to the Campaign
A $100,000 challenge gift in honor of preeminent craft artist and past board member Michael Sherrill, who is commemorated in the Center for Craft’s new space with the Michael Sherrill Loft.Give now
A $25,000 challenge gift from McKibbon Hospitality Chairman, John McKibbon honoring Asheville arts advocate John Cram with the John Cram Partner Gallery in the Center’s renovated space.give now
The campaign presents a special opportunity for major donors and organizations to make commitments that will name principal spaces.
With your help, the Center remains committed to a vision of a thriving national craft field built upon a deep understanding of the history of craft, lively critical discourse, thoughtful making, and a strong next generation.
If you have any questions, please contact Erin Cameron, Development Director at firstname.lastname@example.org
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