Funding Partner Levels and Benefits

Consider becoming a Funding Partner of Grantmakers in the Arts. Funding Partners are crucial to the success of GIA and allow robust programs and services that support a diverse and inclusive array of members both large and small. GIA's programs are wide-ranging and include advocacy for cultural philanthropy; research on trends and issues; interest areas such as arts education, social justice, support for individual artists, changing demographics and the non-profit arts ecology; a national conference and regional convenings; and partnerships with affinity groups, national service organizations and public agencies supporting the arts. Your support makes our united voice stronger and our work more inclusive. Contributions beyond the required member dues qualify for the following benefits:

Up to $9,999

  • Listing in the GIA conference program, publications, and website
  • Up to five GIA Reader gift subscriptions for individuals outside your organization
  • All benefits of basic membership

$10,000 - $24,999: Leadership Circle

In addition to benefits listed above:

  • Invitation to exclusive annual Leadership Circle event
  • One complimentary registration to GIA’s annual conference
  • Quarterly update with advanced notifications of GIA programs and activities
  • Other recognition opportunities

$25,000 and up: Leadership Circle

In addition to benefits listed above:

  • An additional complimentary registration to GIA's annual conference (total of two)

 

Funding partner membership is eligible for a charitable tax deduction for income tax purposes less the fair market value of benefits received. For more information, contact your tax advisor. GIA estimates the fair market value of these benefits as follows:
Gift Amount: Fair Market Value:
Up to $4,999 $180.00
$5,000-$9,999 $360.00
$10,000-$24,999 $1,085.00
$25,000 and up $1,810.00