To be successful, any non profit organization needs the support of members and friends. It is through such giving that great things can happen and transform people and communities.

Such is the case with Renaissance Performing Arts Association, Inc., the entity behind the operation of the Renaissance Theatre and Mansfield Symphony Orchestra. Setting out with a goal of “community cultural literacy and educational enhancement,” the non profit supports quality arts programming throughout the year.

Now, Renaissance Performing Arts is on a mission. In its latest podcast, Renaissance Director of Development Jessica Dulle and Colleen Cook, Director of Marketing, discuss why the Renaissance needs to raise money, the programs supported by the Annual Fund Campaign, and the exciting $100,000 Annual Fund Campaign with $50,000 in Matching Grants.

You can listen to the podcast below or at this location.


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