Do you want to help Cultural Leadership create a positive coalition of young people who will become risk takers, activists and change agents who will make our world more inclusive and socially just? You can either make a one-time donation or set up a monthly or quarterly gift.Donate Online
If you are interested in making a financial commitment of $1,500 or more, consider joining our Sponsor A Student Society. Founded in 2013, the Sponsor a Student Society enables members to give at a higher level ($1,500+) while also receiving recognition in our communications and other benefits including complimentary ticket/s to our annual Signature Event.
I have learned so much about important issues and major problems in this world. All the speakers and programs have inspired me to find an issue I’m passionate about and work to make a difference.
There are two other easy ways to contribute to Cultural Leadership:
1. Send a check to:
225 S. Meramec Ave., Suite 107
St. Louis, MO 63105
Please make your check payable to “Cultural Leadership” and be sure to include your full name, full address, telephone number, and email address so we can contact you with any questions. Also, please include any messages and especially indicate clearly if your donation is in memory or honor of someone.
2. Call our office at 314-725-3222 and give your credit/debit card information over the phone.
Make a Stock Donation
By transferring appreciated stock or securities to Cultural Leadership, you may be eligible for a tax deduction equal to full fair market value of the stock, avoiding the capital gains tax on the stock’s increased value. If you would like more information about making a stock gift, please contact Holly Ingraham at 314.725.3222 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Cultural Leadership is a 501(c)(3) organization. Donations are tax-deductible as allowed by law.
“I am beyond appreciative of the people involved in Cultural Leadership: our speakers, leaders, donors, etc. for caring enough about us to put together such as amazing program designed to inspire us and teach us about the world. Thank you.”