NCECA’s Annual Fund sustains the organization’s mission, operations and fiscal health and year-round. Annual Fund donations are unrestricted, empowering NCECA to apply support where and when it is most needed.
NCECA’s Fund for Artistic Development was established this in part to benefit NCECA’s future and most promising young talents by supporting student scholarships and fellowships, International Residencies, outreach and special initiatives. This fund also receives ongoing support through the annual Cup Sale and NCECA’s Collectors’ Tour.
NCECA’s 50th Year Celebration in 2016 can be enhanced through the generous contributions of our community members. NCECA’s 50th Year donations will advance plans for special publications, exhibitions, programs and events to mark this important milestone. Donations of $1,000 or more will be acknowledged on NCECA 50th Year Website and in 50th Anniversary publications. Donations of $3,000 or more will be acknowledged with a limited edition ceramic work commissioned by NCECA. In addition, these donors will be highlighted in NCECA 50th Year Celebration publications and on NCECA’s 50th Year Website. Any funds that are raised in excess of anticipated project needs will be used to support NCECA’s scholarship funds.
*For a limited time, contributions of $50 or more designated to the 50th Year Fund will receive the gift of Body & Soul, an exceptional exhibition catalog of figurative work produced by Wendy and Martin Kaplan with the Museum of Art and Design.
Contact NCECA’s executive director to discuss other specially designated gifts and planned giving: firstname.lastname@example.org, Donations to NCECA are tax-deductible and will be acknowledged in writing. Your gift to NCECA will honor a legacy of creativity, generosity curiosity and love for clay while nurturing visibility, continued relevance and vitality of the ceramic arts and education. You can use our online donation forms to dedicate your gift in honor or in memory of someone you love. Use the open field to designate your recognition or contact the NCECA office.