Support us

Support the arts in Geelong

You’re a patron of the arts, why not become a supporter?

By supporting us, you’re enriching the arts community and helping emerging artists find their spotlight.

In fact, with the support of patrons like yourself, we’ve been able to raise $60,000 to highlight the plight of the endangered species and establish a unique arts program to support indigenous youth in the Geelong region. Read more about our giving success stories below.

How to support us

Donations

If you’re an individual or business, you can give in a number of ways:


Individual donation

These are donations that can be in cash, a gift of shares, proceeds from a life insurance policy or a realisable asset.

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Annual donation

Every annual donation assists Geelong Arts Centre in the delivery of its annual artistic program.

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Bequest

The perfect legacy to acknowledge your involvement with Geelong Arts Centre over the years.

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The Giving Circle

Contribute $500 or more annually and join the Giving Circle.

All donations go to our Arts for Life major endowment fund and are tax deductible.

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Partnerships

If you’re a business, you can support the arts, entertain your guests, reward your staff and profile your business through a Geelong Arts Centre partnership.

Over 230,000 people came to events at our venues last year. You can enjoy the best of the performing arts even more by becoming an active part Geelong Arts Centre. Partnerships that include ticket and hospitality options are tailor made to suit your objectives and budget.

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Support initiatives

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Extinction

We raised $60,000 towards the production of this play about the locally endangered Quoll.

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Parrwang Youth Arts

The Parrwang Youth Arts Program was developed in response to the community’s desire for a safe and creative space for the 700 young people who identify as Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander in the Geelong region.