Shares

Thank you to everyone who contributed to our Indiegogo campaign and for believing in CSA: Community Supporting Arts!

We almost made our goal of $3,000, we were just $485 short (and that number is now down to $435 after a $50 cash contribution from a Hallowell neighbor – thanks Ellen Freed!). The good news is, we received all the money! We just had to pay a higher fee to Indiegogo since we did not make our goal. You can still visit our Indiegogo page online, and even better you can still donate to support CSA: Community Supporting Arts anytime by sending a tax-deducible donation to the Harlow Gallery. We will add your name below and you’ll be listed as a project supporter in the project book.

Make your check payable to KVAA and mail or deliver to: Harlow Gallery, 160 Water Street, Hallowell, ME 04347, Attn: CSA

We are grateful to the following Indiegogo donors for helping CSA:  Community Supporting Arts to promote local artists and local farms in Maine!

CORNICOPIA $1,000 or more

Altlee Gleaton Eyecare of Augusta

POLLINATOR $250 – $499

Gary Mascher and Peggy Cope Mascher

WATERING CAN $100 – $249

Barbara Crowley, Clare Marron and Francine Rudoff

COMPOST HEAP $75 – $99

Jan Mokros

SEEDLING $50 – $74

Ken Eisen, Deb & Greg Fahy, Ellen Freed, Harlow Gallery and Roger Pomerleau

SPROUT $30 – $49

Anonymous, Nancy & Bill Barron, Robin Miller, Rob Sherman

SEED $10 – $29

Larry Brown, Hanji Chang, Aleana Chaplin, Laura Hamilton, Natalie Harris, Janet House, Emilie Knight, Kelsey Kobik, Cynthia Parker, Terri Lynn Pulley and Helen Wright

Other donors

Laurie Boyle of Byram, NJ, Amy Hillstrom, Roger Kenny of Brooklyn, NY, Tiffany Leonard, Jennie Marvelle, Megan McCann of Boston, MA, Lynette Miller, Jill Rubinson and Juliet Shagoury

Go the project.  Visit our Indiegogo page online: Indiegog for CSAArt

CSA: Community Supporting Arts, has been made possible by generous grants from the Davis Family Foundation and from the Maine Community Foundation, and is funded in part by a grant from the Maine Arts Commission, an independent state agency supported by the National Endowment for the Arts.