The ACT Benefactors Programme makes it possible for individuals to make a difference by giving today for a creative tomorrow.
Give any once-off amount or become a Benefactor by making a R1000 donation. Every year ACT will acknowledge Benefactors by publishing their names in the ACT annual report.
You can also purchase a donation on behalf of someone else as a gift. ACT will send the recipient a letter through the mail informing them of your gift and that their name will appear in the next ACT annual report.
ACT has a proud track-record of playing a strategic role in the arts and culture sector consistently since 1994. ACT has evolved into a dynamic organisation which continuously pioneers and executes with excellence in supporting creativity for the benefit of all South Africans.
The primary aim of ACT is to increase the amount of funding available for arts and culture initiatives, and to apply these funds to innovative, sustainable projects that make a meaningful contribution to society. ACT funds are allocated to projects by an independent Board of Trustees, which comprises leading arts practitioners and administrators.
ACT provides funding for all expressions of arts and culture, including literature, music, visual art, theatre and dance, and the support extends to festivals, community arts initiatives, arts management, arts education and arts administration. It embraces all aspects of arts and culture advancement such as training, the creative process, and the development of sustainable infrastructures.
The growth and vibrant evolution of ACT is a testimony to our partnerships with our
sponsors. You are vital to our realizing our objectives. We look forward to walking a defining road together. Thank you for sharing the vision and for adding your voice to ours.
Or, make a direct deposit into the following account:
Account Name: Arts and Culture Trust
Branch: Fox Street
Account number: 1908 614 927
Branch code: 1908 05
Reference: Your e-mail address
Should you have any questions or require any additional information please contact the ACT office on 011 712 8403 or e-mail email@example.com.