Your contributions and support are important to Karamu’s mission. Through your generousity, Karamu House is able to continue producing the high quality arts and education programs that it is known for. Every year Karamu produces an ambitious theatre schedule and a multitude of arts programs for people of all ages and backgrounds. It is Karamu’s hope that through art, individuals can reach their greatest potential in all aspects of life.
Contributions can be made in three ways:
Individual contributions allow you to make a direct contribution to the work Karamu does. The generousity of individuals has long helped Karamu House continue to improve the quality of its productions and programs. Your gift can be made through check or online donation. For more information on how you can help, please call Gregory Ashe, Executive Director at 216-795-7070 extension 248 or email him at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Karamu’s long history of artistic endeavors could not have happened without corporate support. Your support helps Karamu continue to have a postive impact in the community as a cultural and artistic center in Cleveland. Please contact Gregory Ashe, Executive Director at 216-795-7070 extension 248 to see how you can help Karamu House continue this tradition. Mr Ashe can be reached at (216) 795-7070 EXT. 248 or via email at email@example.com. Online corporate donations may also be made.
Volunteering at the House
Karamu’s theater shows and arts classes would not be possible without the help of individual volunteers. Volunteers help our shows run smoothely by assisting with all aspects of the production. If you are interested in volunteering please contact our business office or theatre office by phone, in person or through e-mail.
(216) 795-7070 EXT. 226
Performing Arts Theatre
(216) 432-7004 EXT. 240
Contributions made by check should be made out to Karamu House and can be mailed to:
2355 East 89th Street
Cleveland, Ohio 44106
Karamu House is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization as recognized by the IRS. Contributions to Karamu House are therefore tax deductible.