Galva Arts Council, Inc. is a registered 501(c)3 non-profit organization. Your donation is 100% tax deductible.

Online

Paypal

Select “Friends and family” option and write “Levitt” in the Note box

Facebook Visit our fundraiser campaign

In-Person

Bring cash or check payable to Galva Arts Council with “Levitt” in the memo line to the Galva Pharmacy or any volunteer.

By Mail

Mail check payable to Galva Arts Council with “Levitt” in the memo line to:
Galva Arts Council
P.O. Box 29
Galva, IL 61434

Perpetual Endowment Gift

Give the gift of Art & Community – now and for the future – by donating to the GAC Endowment Fund

Galva Arts Council founding member Marge Dickinson set up the Charles “Scott” Dickinson Endowment Fund in honor of her late husband.  This endowment will help ensure that the GAC will be a driving force in promoting the arts in the Galva area for years to come.  If you would like to contribute, there are a couple ways to do it:

  1. By Check: Write a check payable to Galesburg Community Foundation.  In the memo line please list the “Galva Arts Council Endowment Fund.” 

    Mail the check to:
    Galesburg Community Foundation 
    246 E. Main St., Suite 101, Galesburg, IL 61401
  2. Online: You can also give online at www.yourgcf.org, click “make a gift” in the top right corner, and type in “Galva Arts Council Endowment Fund”, and it will appear at the bottom of the screen with action instructions.  *Please note that a 3.75% processing fee is applied to all credit card transactions and will be absorbed by the fund receiving your gift. This fee covers merchant bank fees and will not affect the tax deductible status of your total gift.
  3. Speak to your estate/retirement planner or insurance agent: Planned gifts can be made through a will, living will, or assignment of a beneficiary. Please contact Galesburg Community Foundation for more information at (309) 344-8898.

Other Ways to Be Involved

Volunteer – This entire series is 100% put on by volunteers! Join the team!
In-kind Donations – Donations of goods, services, and other resources are as good as cash. Some ideas of things that could help include: advertising and marketing services, lodging, food for artists and volunteers, use of facilities for events related to the series.

Of course, attending the events, spreading the word to friends and family, and following us on Facebook and sharing our posts are all greatly appreciated and cost you nothing!