Thank you for ensuring the arts are part of our community.

Fairmount Center for the Arts is a not-for-profit organization. As such, we rely on the support of our community. We value those who have already contributed, from individuals to foundations and businesses. Whether you can make a financial contribution, or provide hands on support, we invite you to help us to make the arts happen.


What does your donation support?

$25 provides art supplies for a preschool art class. $100 will pay for clay for a 7 week ceramics class. $1500 makes a musical theater show happen for 30 kids. There are so many options!

Click on the “donate” button now or contact Elizabeth Bolander, Executive Director, to discuss your interest.


Fairmount is excited to share that we earned a 2022 Gold Seal with @CandidDotOrg!


Be part of the Fairmount community! Examples of ways you can help include:
*Art Gallery Shows: Get involved in the art exhibitions which are regularly presented at Fairmount and/or become a volunteer to support the annual Fairmount Art Exhibition *Front Office: Be part of the background action in making the arts happen. Help the office team with copies, mailings, distribution of program information, etc.
*History coordination: Organize materials related to Fairmount’s history – a great opportunity for Alumni to relive their Fairmount days!
*Landscape Support – help maintain flower beds and outdoor upkeep.

Do you have another way you would like to be involved? Contact us. We are a creative bunch and would love to hear your ideas! We especially love to connect with Fairmount Alumni.

Thank you to our supporters!






We appreciate the support of the Ashly Whitmer Correa Foundation and the William M. Weiss Foundation to support student scholarships and outreach.

Thank YOU for your investment in the ARTS. Fairmount Center for the Arts donors help ensure the arts are a vibrant part of our community. We are grateful for the generosity and support of the following organizations and individuals who donated between September 1, 2020 and October 15, 2021. We have made every effort to include anyone. If your name was inadvertently omitted or spelled incorrectly, please let us know.