Support for the future starts NOW
Be a part of BCA’s vibrant Future Forward
We are still grappling with Covid’s terrible impact – but carefully, mindfully, we are building back in every way. A gift of any size before December 31 makes a big difference to our artists, staff, and community as we open up our campus and explore new programs safely, with renewed energy and strength.
WAYS TO GIVE
Every 100% tax-deductible gift enables BCA to innovate and provide support for the artists, makers, and creators of Greater Boston, ensuring that BCA can continue to amplify and celebrate Boston’s unique artistic voices.
Membership enables BCA to plan for the future and creates a sustainable framework for our programmatic vision. Membership programs are available for both individuals and institutions with unique benefits and opportunities at every level of support – to learn more contact Jobelle Mesa.
Gift a BCA Membership
Looking for a meaningful gift that also inspires connection this season?
Find out about supporting groundbreaking BCA programs like ACTivate, a new short-duration, site-responsive residency transforming the Cyclorama into an art-making space for BIPOC artists of all disciplines; and the long-awaited expansion of our BCA Studio Residency, designed to increase equitable access to our studio spaces, and serve a more diverse cohort of artists. To learn about supporting these or one of our many vital programs, contact Alicia Nichols for more information.
Corporate Matching Gifts
Many institutions and corporate partners provide their employees with a matching donation program. Check with your company’s benefit administrator to see if they offer matching gifts! It’s an easy way to extend your generosity and double your impact on Boston arts.
The federal tax identification for BCA is 23-7089998. If your employer needs verification contact Jobelle Mesa.
For donors who seek to create a legacy of support for Boston arts, planned giving enables you and your family to make a lasting impact. Planned gifts ensure Boston-area artists have access to the resources they need to make work that reflects the most pressing issues of our time. Contact Alicia Nichols to discuss your legacy plans.
BCA is Boston Arts, Thriving
Catalina Schliebener and John Chaich Artist Talk - Photo by Melissa Blackall
Mithsuca Berry Gallery Walk Through - Photo by Melissa Blackall
Hello My Name Is... Joanna Tam and Karmimadeebora McMillan (Virtual Artist Meet-up)
Members with the BCA 50th Anniversary Zine - Photo by Melissa Blackall