Creative Aging welcomes the financial support from individuals, companies and foundations as an important way to help fulfill our mission to serve as many seniors as possible with professional arts and humanities programs that are delivered in nursing homes, assisted living facilities, senior centers and day programs across the region. As these senior serving facilities face continuing budget pressure due to declining government support, we are stepping up our efforts to seek additional funding sources so we can continue to deliver these important enriching and entertaining programs to this growing and deserving population.
Your financial support is more important than ever, and we gratefully appreciate all levels of donations. Donations may also be directed to honor a senior, recognize an artist or sponsor a specific a facility in need.
If you have any questions or would like to designate a gift to honor someone or sponsor a facility, please call Bev Ross, Executive Director at 513-561-7500.
To give a tax deductible donation, please click on the donate button in the left hand collumn of the webpage or send your check to:
Creative Aging Cincinnati
7970 Beechmont Avenue
Cincinnati, OH 45255
Anyone can become a Creative Aging Arts Angel by providing a donation of any amount. There are three Arts Angels levels:
We salute the following Individual Donors for their valuable support.
2012/ 2013 GUARDIAN ANGEL DONORS
Mr. Phil Crabtree
Ms. Deb Cohen
Mr. Phil DeGreg
Ms. Maggie Eveleigh
Ms. Robin Gehl
Mr. Emir Hodzic
Mr. Stacey Woolley
Ms. Jeanne Rolfes- Jeanne Rolfes Charitable Fund of The Greater Cincinnati Foundation
Mr. Michael Wheatley
Ms. Kathy Baker
Mr. John Bloomstrom
Ms. Valerie Rost
Mr. John Kropp
Mr. Robert Schaffer
2012/2013 CHERUBIM DONORS
2012/2013 SERAPHIM DONORS
Mr. and Mrs. Scott and Emily Stubbins
Mr. Jeffrey Heinbaugh
Ms. Janell Weinstock
Our artists and presenters are the heart and soul of Creative Aging. It is through this amazing group of individuals that we are able to touch the lives of so many seniors with such wonderful programming. This fund is set up to allow the artists to continue their support of the organization by offering a donation or a free program as an in-kind donation to the organization.
Cincinnati Art Museum- in kind donation
Cincinnati Preservation Association
Jeanne Rolfes Charitable Fund of The Greater Cincinnati Foundation
Joe and Sally Lukasik
Gifts from our corporate sponsors allow Creative Aging to expand our reach to more senior centers and add new programs.
2011 Corporate Sponsors
We appreciate support from the following foundations. These generous gifts are very important to our sustainability by helping us continue to serve over 19.000 seniors with arts and humanities programs in over 80 facilities across the Tri-State region.