WAYS TO SUPPORT US
If you are interested in supporting Culture Push and its programs, you can make a tax-deductible contribution directly to Culture Push via the "DONATE" button below, where you can make a one-time or recurring donation, or by making a check out to "Culture Push, Inc." and mailing it to 241 E. 7th St. #3C, New York, NY 10009.
You can also contribute through our Amazon Smile account. Amazon donates 0.5% of the price of eligible AmazonSmile purchases to Culture Push.
If cash is not your style, anything you can give--stuff, equipment, advice, feedback, services--will be much appreciated, and all goods donated count as a tax-deductible contribution as well. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have something non-monetary to contribute. We are confident we will put your donation to good work through our creative causes.
If you would like to donate through Fidelity Charitable's donor-advised fund, which allows individual, families and businesses to make tax-deductible charitable donations of cash, publicly-traded stock and in some case, certain illiquid assets, to a public charity that sponsors a DAF program, please use the form below:
HOW YOUR SUPPORT HELPS US
Culture Push is a 501c3 not for profit artist-founded organization. We rely on your generous support. All contributions are tax-deductible and go directly towards our programs and the people they reach. The Fellowship was started in 2012 and provides an opportunity for artists and other professionals to experiment with new forms of civic engagement and social practice, through events, workshops, performances, digital platforms, and beyond. In these past seven years we have supported nearly 40 socially engaged projects that explore diverse subjects, from queer empowerment through creative movement; critical feminist readings of The New York Times; pop-up portraiture studios and dialogue for long-term residents of heavily gentrified neighborhoods of Brooklyn; the practical choreography of political street protest; reimagining the waterways of NYC; crowdsourcing neighborhood information through public input of sense and experience; and re-envisioning abandoned space in the Bronx.
This program is supported, in part, by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council.