The Baker-Nord Center for the Humanities welcomes the generosity of individual donors and charitable organizations to help fund its programming. This support is especially important now because the Baker-Nord Center recently received a major award from the National Endowment for the Humanities. The $650,000 NEH Challenge Grant was awarded to support research and programs that advance the humanities across the Case Western Reserve campus and in the Cleveland community. The NEH program is designed to attract philanthropic support; the university must raise $2.6 million by December 2013 to match the NEH award at a ratio of 4:1.
Your gift or pledge will help enable the Baker-Nord Center to fulfill the NEH challenge match and to further the Baker-Nord Center's aim to raise the visibility, quality, and educational potential of the humanities.
Please call or email the Baker-Nord Center's Administrative Director Maggie Kaminski for more information about giving to the Center (216.368.2242 or email@example.com).
We invite you to be a friend of the Baker-Nord Center. Your annual support will help the Baker-Nord Center achieve its mission of highlighting and invigorating the humanities and arts at Case Western Reserve University and building a world-class university. With such support, the Baker-Nord Center aims to continue to keep its programs free and open to the public.
To make a donation to the Baker-Nord Center, please write a check payable to "CWRU," noting "Baker-Nord Center" in the memo section and send to:
The Baker-Nord Center for the Humanities
Case Western Reserve University
10900 Euclid Avenue
You can make a secure donation to the Baker-Nord Center online simply and easily:
Enter your gift amount in the appropriate field, and make sure to enter "Friends of Baker-Nord" in the Special Instructions field. Complete the steps that follow to submit your donation!
If your employer matches charitable contributions made by employees, complete the matching gift form at the bottom of the online donation page.
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