Here’s your update on the 75 in 75 Drive

for May 22, 2019

To recap, the Longmont Performing Arts Initiative is looking for 75 members of our community who want to help with a donation of $1,000 or more.  The funds will go toward our portion of the cost of a feasibility study for a new performing arts center and convention facility in Longmont.  Gifts of all amounts are appreciated, and special recognition will be granted to those who give $1,000 or more.

Our goal is to raise $75,000 by 6/01/2019
so the feasibility study can start soon.
The total is currently about $59,315 in donations and pledges, including those from all of the
LPAI member organizations.

There are only *10* days to go!


The LPAI Development Committee launched a second matching funds drive TODAY! Matching Funds, Act 2 features $5,000 in pledges by our generous donors.  Now through the end of May, gifts of any size will be matched dollar for dollar, up to a total of $5,000.  So far, we’ve raised $1,942. Help fund the feasibility study with your gift today!  Donate to our designated fund at the Longmont Community Foundation by clicking here:
LPAI Restaurant Fundraiser at Mike O’Shays in Longmont onTues., 5/28 – Dine at Mike O’Shays in Longmont & mention “The Longmont Center” when you place your order, and the fund for the feasibility study will receive 25%!  Learn more & print a reminder flyer at:

We have an amazing opportunity to begin something that will not only benefit ourselves, our families, our community and our region now, but far into the future as well.

Your tax-deductible gift through the designated fund at the Longmont Community Foundation helps us start the feasibility study.  Click the Longmont Community Foundation logo below to donate to ‘The Friends of the Longmont Cultural and Performing Arts Center Fund‘.  Your donation is tax deductible.

If you prefer to donate by check, please make it out to “Longmont Community Foundation” and send it to:
Longmont Community Foundation
636 Coffman, Suite 203
Longmont, CO  80501
Please put a note in the envelope as to which fund the money should go to OR write the fund in the memo field on the check.  The fund name is ‘The Friends of the Longmont Cultural and Performing Arts Center Fund‘.

Finally, if you are over 70.5 years age and have a traditional IRA or 401 (k) retirement account, you may be able to donate directly to the Longmont Community Foundation (Friends of the Longmont Cultural and Performing Arts Center Fund) without incurring income taxes on the distribution.  Please consult your tax professional to confirm.

We thank you in advance for your generous support,
The Longmont Performing Arts Initiative

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