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Serving on the Fundraising Committee

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Storytelling Arts of Indiana

  • 8 people are interested

The Fundraising Committee meets approximately nine times a year to develop and create fundraising strategies for the organization. This committee also plans the two fundraising events a year: 1. RIP Reception before Ghost Stories at Crown Hill Cemetery in October ; 2. Before the Curtain prior to Talk of the Town in April. Storytelling Arts of Indiana seeks diverse revenue streams including Individual donations, corporate donations, foundation and grant support, ticket sales and contractual fees. With only one staff member, the committee as well as the entire board assists the executive director with fundraising .

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About Storytelling Arts of Indiana

Location:

450 W. Ohio St, Indianapolis, IN 46202, US

Mission Statement

To promote the art of storytelling by creating opportunities in Indiana for diverse audiences of all ages to listen and share stories and by showcasing tellers who entertain and inspire.

Description

Since 1988, Storytelling Arts of Indiana has introduced the art of storytelling by creating environments for the residents of Indiana to listen and share stories and by showcasing tellers who entertain and inspire diverse audiences of all ages. Storytelling Arts runs programming year round, including public performances, the As I Recall Storytelling guilds, weekly storytelling at the bedside of patients at a local children's hospital, summer performances in various day camps throughout Marion County, and Jabberwocky in collaboration with IndyFringe. The Life Stories Project, an oral history program records the stories of everyday people in collaboration with WFYI and the Indiana Historical Society. The Annual Liar's Contest takes place on opening night of the Indiana State Fair in Pioneer Village where youth and adults tell their biggest lie for cash prizes and ribbons. Our newest project, Two Truths and a Lie will take place this summer at Pokagon State Park and McCormick's Creek State Park. Check out our websites, StorytellingArts.org and LifeStoriesProject.net to learn more.

Arts & Culture

WHEN

We'll work with your schedule.

WHERE

450 W. Ohio St.Indianapolis, IN 46202

(39.77026,-86.16588)
 

SKILLS

  • Arts Administration
  • Fundraising

GOOD FOR

  • People 55+

REQUIREMENTS

  • Must be at least 21
  • The fundraising committee meets on Thursday evenings from 5:30 - 7 p.m. approximately 9 times a year.
  • A willingness to create and assist with fundraising strategies. Attend several events a year especially the RIP Reception and Before the Curtain. Introduce your friends and colleagues to the art of storytelling and Storytelling Arts of Indiana.

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