WARSAW — Wagon Wheel Center for the Arts is dedicated to making a lasting impact on youth, adults and families in the community but it takes a village to make this kind of impact possible.
Wagon Wheel Center for the Arts is inviting all to help make it possible this summer season through its second annual Day of Giving on May 10. Day of Giving is a day for encouraging others to give to help make impact possible in the lives of those who participate or attend programs at the Wagon Wheel.
Wagon Wheel Center for the Arts has three goals for Day of Giving this year: $10,000 total raised, 100 individual donors and 100 social media shares or posts about Day of Giving. This year, Safe-Way Garage Door has set a challenge gift for donors. If 100 individuals donate on Day of Giving to the Wagon Wheel, Safe-Way Garage Door will give $1,000 toward the campaign.
“We are excited to have Safe-Way Garage Door partner with us by setting a challenge gift of $1,000,” said Elisa Wise, director of donor relations at Wagon Wheel Center for the Arts. “We hope this will encourage many to consider giving toward this special day. The success of Day of Giving rides on the number of donors, not just the size of one’s gift.”
More information on how to become involved and help make the enriching and educational opportunities possible for youth and families this summer season can be found at https://wagonwheelcenter.org/individual-donation/ or by calling Elisa Wise at (574) 267-8041.