We have a generous offer to receive the donation of the historic 1880 Schoolhouse and the surroundings gardens (0.81 acres) we use as our home base for exhibits, classes, and community outreach programs. The structure is restored and in excellent condition and is currently used by ASCC year-round. In our sixth year of operation, ASCC serves over 1500 members of our community annually with free and low-cost art programming for all ages.
To receive this gift, we must raise $20,000 for a Capital Fund to ensure the structure has funding for future maintenance needs.
Why a home? Having a permanent home in our historic schoolhouse allows ASCC to bring more art to more people in more ways. To provide this home for art in our community, ASCC must raise a $20,000 Capital Fund to ensure the historic site and surrounding landscape will be maintained. We have raised 33% of the funds to date.
We welcome your support through both donations and pledges.
- To donate now, please click here and mention “Capital Campaign” in the comments field. Or, mail your check payable to ASCC, with “Capital Campaign” in the memo line.
- To pledge, click here for the Donor Pledge Form: ASCC 2018 Donor Pledge Form. We ask all pledges are made in writing and mailed or emailed to:
Kathryn Kosto, Executive Director, ASCC,1198 Rt 21 C, Ghent NY 12075
or emailed to .
All pledged funds will be due for payment to ASCC by December 28, 2018 in the event ASCC raises/receives pledges for the entire $20,000. ASCC is a 501c3 nonprofit community organization and all donations are tax deductible to the full extent of the law. Federal ID # 46-2627343. Please note that pledged funds become eligible for tax deductible purposes only upon payment of funds to ASCC. For additional information, please see ASCC’s Donation Policy.
Funds raised year to date: $6,680 Thank you to these generous donors:
Elaine & Edward Altman
Phil & Sherry Meeks
Richard Trachtman & Jan Hopkins Trachtman
David & Henrietta Whitcomb Foundation
Total funds to be raised: $13,320
You are supporting a historic moment for art in our community – thank you.