Currently, for 2016, P2G is on hold as the Commission determines its value and priority in today's market
power2give.org is an online cultural marketplace linking passion and creativity. The site invites artists and organizations to post and promote local arts, culture and history projects for which they seek funding. It invites individual donors to bring them to life through their gifts. And it invites community supporters to provide matching dollars.
Give to a Project
Dane County is distinguished by highly creative people who compose a vibrant arts and cultural scene. Join us in imagining new possibilities. Find opportunities where you can have an impact and projects that spark your passion. Bring them to life with your individual gifts. Make a difference!
Local Community Supporters, both organizations and individuals, have stepped up and provided financial support to match all individual gifts to projects posted on power2give.org Dane County. Dane Arts gratefully acknowledges their generosity, spirit of adventure, and investment in an innovative tool benefitting our entire community. Matching dollars are applied to every gift and all projects posted on power2give.org Dane County, while the supply lasts. Dane Arts seeks to replenish Matching Dollars over time, with help from our generous local community. For more information about becoming a Community Supporter, please contact: Mark Fraire, firstname.lastname@example.org, 608-266-5915.
- Community Supporters
- Dane County
- The Evjue Foundation, Inc., the charitable arm of The Capital Times
- Full Compass Systems, Ltd.
- UW Credit Union
- Additional thanks are due:
- Electronic Theatre Controls for providing a grant to partially cover start-up costs associated with creating power2give.org Dane County
- Downtown Dailies/blue studio for videography services
- Advertising Creations for banner donation
Create a Project
What local arts and cultural projects do you dream about? Do they require financial support? Consider posting a project on power2give.org! Nonprofits, schools and districts, non-Dane County government agencies, along with individuals and organizations without formal nonprofit status who’ve established a relationship with a fiscal sponsor, all are eligible to post projects. Individuals and organizations in Dane County are invited to post descriptions and seek funds for upcoming projects related to arts, culture or local history. To log in or create a new account, click here. If you are a new user, you may wish to watch this video of the Dane Arts power2give Workshop. The Project Creation FAQ will answer many of your questions, but if not, please contact us at 608-266-5915 or email@example.com. New users are highly encouraged to look at the Project Posting Toolkit for information about eligibility and registration. All project posters are welcome to use the resources in the Marketing Toolkit. Dane Arts looks forward to receiving, reviewing and posting your exciting project submissions.
George Balanchine's "Who Cares?", performed by Madison Ballet in March 2014. (dancers: Marguerite Luksik, Charles Askegard)