Uplifting the Arts and Humanities

Dear Colleagues,

Over this past year at AHCMC, we have worked to build on the county’s legacy of uplifting the arts and humanities with continued efforts toward increasing equity, inclusion, and access through our grantmaking, advocacy, and professional development and capacity-building programs. As stewards of arts and humanities funding, AHCMC is incredibly thankful to have such amazing supporters, advocates and partners like you across the County. We are also grateful for the passion and commitment made visible by the Montgomery County Council to our cultural ecosystem. It’s in that spirit that we are excited to continue our efforts in service of our creative community with our newly elected County Executive, Marc Elrich, and both the returning and newly elected County Council Members!

As 2018 draws to a close, we remain firmly committed to the sustainability and vitality of the more than 500 cultural organizations and over 2,000 artists and scholars working throughout the arts and humanities in Montgomery County; however, ensuring that our cultural ecosystem remains vibrant and strong is a team sport. It will take an investment from each of us supporting and working together to achieve continued success.

We hope we can count on your continued support. If the arts and humanities have made a difference for you or a loved one, please consider making a fully tax-deductible donation in support of our 2018 Annual Fund Campaign. Giving is fast and easy! Simply click here to give today. Remember, every donation, no matter how small, makes an impact; locally, your donations help us to deliver the programs and services that expand access to arts and culture for children and families throughout our County.

Again, thank you for your sustained generosity. Here’s wishing you and yours a happy and healthy holiday and a joyous new year!

Suzan Jenkins,
AHCMC CEO

Suzan Jenkins is the CEO of the Arts and Humanities Council of Montgomery County.

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