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Our Sponsors

Public Funding

Circuit Productions, Inc. (CPI) is supported, in part, with public
funds from the following


New York State Council on the Arts,
A State Agency


New York City
Department of Cultural Affairs

 

Private Funding / Foundations

Generous support for programming made possible from the following


Independence Community Foundation


2008 JPMorganChase Regrant Program,
administered by the Brooklyn Arts
Council, Inc. (BAC)

Funding for World Beat workshops has been made possible by The Puffin Foundation Puffin Foundation Logo

Special Thanks

Paquita Campoverde, Manager,
Youth & Family Programs

Meredith Walters,
Director of Adult Services at Brooklyn Public Library

Jean Harripersaud,
Adult Programs, The New York Public Library

Doris Jones,
Adult Programs, Queens Public Library

Marty Markowitz,
Brooklyn Borough President

Stuart Post,
Program Officer
Independence Community Foundation

 

Support Circuit Productions

Circuit Productions, Inc. (CPI) appreciates any level
of support from individuals and groups.

Contributions provide significant support for all our programs, including our Arts-In-Education (AIE) presentations each year.

Circuit Productions is a 501(c)(3) organization.
Tax-deductible donations can be made by

Mailing your contribution
Download our contribution form (in PDF format)
Complete, print and mail
(made out to Circuit Productions, Inc.) to:

Circuit Productions
635 Carroll Street, Suite #2
Brooklyn, NY 11215


Make a secure online contribution
from yourself or make a gift on behalf of others
who would like to make a difference.

Matching Donations Inquire at your workplace whether your employer is willing to match your donation funds. Then, visit our online contribution site to make your donation.

For more information about Corporate Sponsorship benefits and opportunities, please contact Susan Goldbetter by email or call 718-638-4878.