Ways to Give at YoungArts
Make a direct impact on the lives of artists that is in alignment with your philanthropic goals.
Join YoungArts as we celebrate 40 Years for Artists and help us continue to provide lifelong support to artists for the next 40 years and beyond.
The Choreographers' Scores: 2020
In the spring of 2020, CAP UCLA commissioned The Choreographers’ Scores: 2020, a project which brought together 26 choreographers, each of whom created a score in visual time to be included in a rare collection of works on paper.
The scores have been produced and editioned by The Lapis Press and are available for purchase.
Partnering with YoungArts as a corporate sponsor impacts the artistic leaders of today and tomorrow. You can support a program or series that aligns with your company’s core values.
If you have questions about corporate sponsorships, please contact Angela Goding, Senior Director of Advancement.
Foundation and government entities play an important role in providing direct support for artists across the country through transformative classes, residencies and workshops.
If you have questions about institutional giving, please contact Sarah Watson Gray, Director of Institutional Giving.
The support of our friends and community members make our programs possible. Join us today by making a personal one-time, recurring or multi-year gift. Ask your company if they offer a matching gift program to double the impact of your support.
If you have questions about giving, please contact Jeri Rayon, Director of Advancement.
By including YoungArts in your estate plan, you will make a lasting impact on the future of the artistic community. Thank you for ensuring that deserving artists from across the country have access to life-changing resources and experiences.
If you have questions about planned giving, please contact Sarah Watson Gray, Director of Institutional Giving.
Join us as we celebrate and highlight the incredible talent of YoungArts artists. Donating to or sponsoring a special event allows our community to come together with a common goal: supporting artists.