Unlocking a Legacy: Enriching the Arts for Generations to Come
.Welcome to the South County Arts Association's Planned Giving Program – an opportunity to make a lasting impact on the Rhode Island arts community by supporting our mission of encouraging the creation, visibility, and appreciation of artwork through membership, education, exhibits, and shared artistic experiences. By considering a bequest, you can ensure that your passion for the arts endures, leaving a legacy that resonates for generations.
Why Planned Giving Matters
Planned giving is a unique opportunity to align your values with your philanthropic goals. By making a bequest to the South County Arts Association, you contribute to the long-term sustainability of our non-profit organization, enabling us to continue fostering creativity, supporting local artists, and providing enriching experiences for our community.
The Impact of Your Bequest:
Your bequest is a testament to your commitment to the arts and will contribute significantly to the South County Arts Association's ability to:
Thank you for considering a bequest to the South County Arts Association.
For More Information:
To learn more about planned giving opportunities or to inform us of your bequest, please contact Jen Ferry, Executive Director and/or Annie Wildey, Marketing and Development. Your support ensures a vibrant future for the South County Arts Association, and we are grateful for your dedication to the arts.
Other Ways to Give
“Thanks for giving all of us an opportunity to show our work while all the other galleries were closed during Covid-19. The work you and all the others at SCAA do for the artists is most inspiring.”
Diane Brown, Artist & Teacher
“The staff at SCAA are the kindest and most supportive of any arts association in the state. It makes me happy just to walk through the door.” Eric Hovermale, Artist
“I love SCAA so much. You believed in me before I even believed in myself.” Renee Syed, Artist