Private funding will always be necessary to sustain and grow the depth and variety of arts programs provided throughout the Culver City Unified School District. Culver City parents value these offerings as an essential component of their students’ well-rounded educational experience.
In 2018 the Culver City Education Foundation launched an exciting $10 million Arts Endowment campaign to provide ongoing reliable funding to support robust arts education programs across all schools within CCUSD.
When fully funded, the endowment earnings will provide sustained support for the vibrant arts education programs in our schools such as visual arts classes, music education and the Symphonic Jazz Orchestra teaching artists, the Front & Center Theatre Collaborative, dance instruction, film classes, and the high school’s Academy of Visual and Performing Arts (AVPA). The endowment fund will be invested so the annual proceeds can support CCUSD arts programs in perpetuity.
Naming opportunities within the Robert Frost Auditorium and other district facilities are available for major donations.
For more information about how you can leave your legacy and participate with a gift to the Arts Endowment, please contact CCEF Executive Director, Renae Williams Niles.
Become a Permanent Fan of the Frost by naming a seat in the recently-renovated Robert Frost Auditorium.
Leave your legacy on the district’s incredible performance space and help sustain arts education for generations to come.
Name a seat in honor of:
Yourself, a student, and/or your loved ones
Your club or business
A favorite Frost performer or production
A special day (graduation, retirement)
Dedicate A Seat And Make An Enduring Gift
Seats are available at the $500, $750 and $1,000 levels (based on location) and include a customize plaque with the inscription of your choice.
Your donation as a Fan of the Frost will be a lasting contribution to the CCEF Arts Endowment Fund, and will help CCEF reach our goal of raising $10 million to provide sustained support for diverse arts programming for every student at every school.