Join Kotahi (united, one), our giving collective that boosts opportunities for artists and amplifies their impact on New Zealand.
Your funds will go directly toward fuelling our mission to support and profile our country’s most outstanding artists and help show the impact that are having - whether it’s strengthening our cultural identity, furthering their discipline and communities, contributing to the wellbeing of Aotearoa, or leading important change.
Ways to make your mark - our giving levels.
Boosted – $5 and above
Give to one of many arts projects found on boosted.org.nz - Aotearoa’s only crowdfunded platform dedicated to the arts.
Arts Follower – from $500
Immerse yourself in arts and culture – we’ll let you know the latest news with Aotearoa’s outstanding artists and invite you to our one of a kind Arts Foundation dinners around the country.
Arts Backer – from $1,500
Step up your giving game – deepen your impact and receive invites to exclusive artists events and tours throughout the year.
Mark Maker – from $5,500
Invest in the engine that fuels the arts – make your mark on New Zealand and join us on our mission to get arts and creativity on the national agenda.
Arts Champion – from $10,500
Become a champion of the arts – join a radical collective of givers and enable us to fund more artists directly.
Arts Leader – from $25,500
Shape the nation’s art landscape – create opportunity by directly funding artists and our cause in a big way.
If you would like to make a major gift, endow an award, or leave a legacy to the Foundation, please call Jo Blair or Tim Smith.
Jo Blair: call her on 027 431 4780 or email her at email@example.com
Tim Smith: call him on 027 346 3435 or email him at firstname.lastname@example.org
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Do drop us a line at email@example.com so we can say thank you. Your gift is so appreciated.
All donations are acknowledged and a receipt issued on payment. GST is not payable on donations. Receipts can be used to gain a tax credit. Most donations qualify for a 33% tax credit up to the annual net income of the donor; visit the IRD website for more information. Donations are not refundable.