Unrestricted gifts are used to solve the program’s most pressing needs. Donations may be used to repair or update equipment used in photo or video classes, support artistic collaborations or special projects, or fund a student exhibition. ACT welcomes gifts of any amount to the Art, Culture, and Technology (ACT) Gifts Fund (3833550). Make an online gift today!
Fellowship support is critical to making a graduate degree in art, culture, and technology possible for the talented students who are accepted into the program. To make a gift to the ACT Fellowship fund, you may contact ACT’s Administrative Officer, Marion Cunningham, at firstname.lastname@example.org, 617-324-6076, or make an online gift directly to the ACT Fellowship Fund (account #3829230).
If you prefer to direct your gift toward a specific goal, we welcome a discussion with you. Currently we are raising funds to support the CAVS Special Collection. You may have a particular interest you would like to discuss with us. We welcome the opportunity to explore ways in which you can support the exciting and insightful work that is being done at ACT by students and faculty.
Gifts To MIT
Gifts to MIT can also be designated toward a School or department’s general use funds, or toward a particular initiative within a School. A gift to the Art, Culture, and Technology program at MIT will be credited in the Annual Fund and is tax-deductible.
MIT’s tax identification number is 04-2103594. MIT is a 501(c)(3) institution, and your gift is tax deductible within the limitations of U.S. federal income tax laws.
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Sponsors and Partners
ACT sponsors and partners are organizations that are longstanding financial and programmatic contributors to ACT. They are listed below:
- CAST Mellon Faculty Fellows
- Council for the Arts at MIT (CAMIT)
- Goethe-Institut Boston
- Graduate Student Council
- MIT Global Studies and Languages Program
- MIT International Science and Technology Initiatives (MISTI)
- MIT School of Architecture + Planning
- MIT School of Humanities, Arts, and Social Sciences
- National Endowment for the Arts
- Nordic Culture Fund
- Cynthia and John S. Reed Foundation
- UAB Skubios Siuntos
- UPS ASC Lithuania Special Projects/Funds