Last year, SOMArts served over 1,582 artists and 30,502 people participated in on-site activities such as Dia de los Muertos and The News. In addition, more than 260,000 Bay Area residents enjoyed outdoor events that relied on staging, wheelchair-accessible lifts, movie screens and bleachers provided by SOMArts technical services.
Your support makes this possible. SOMArts is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization and all contributions are tax-deductible to the full extent allowed by law.
Recurring donations are a convenient and easy way to make sure SOMArts has your ongoing support. To make a recurring donation, click this donate button:
Enter the monthly amount you’d like to donate into the “Donation Amount” field, check the box to the right that says “Make This Recurring (Monthly)”, sign in to PayPal, and click “donate now.”
This tells PayPal to automatically send the designated amount to SOMArts on your behalf each month using the payment method of your choice. That way, you don’t have to remember to send a check and your ongoing support is automatic. Of course, you can cancel the recurring donation at any time.
SOMArts accepts online contributions by linking to PayPal, an easy and secure way to donate using your credit card.
If you would like to make a recurring donation, or if you are having difficulty with this form, you may donate directly through PayPal.
Please make the check payable to SOMArts and mail it to:
SOMArts Cultural Center
934 Brannan St
San Francisco, CA 94103
Please enclose your address, phone number, and email address, and your name as you wish it to be listed (or specify “anonymous”). If your company/spouse’s company offers a matching gift program, please enclose the form.
If you wish for your donation to support a specific event or program, please make a note of this with your donation.
“Although we are part of a large national organization, we do not have a physical space in which to exhibit which is extremely limiting … I sincerely believe [SOMArts] is one of the best nonprofit arts spaces I have ever seen.”—Karen Gutfreund, South Bay Area Women’s Caucus for Art