Demystifying Grant Seeking: What You Really Need to Do to Get Grants

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Letter of Support

Port City Art Museum 22 Main Street Port City, CA xxxxx

10 May 2001

Jorge Klein PCPA PO Box xxxx Port City, CA xxxxx

Dear Jorge,

It's my pleasure to write in support of Port City Partnership for the Arts and the new Project 21C. The Port City Art Museum was proud to be among the first organizations to join and help form PCPA in the 1990s. Since that time, the amount of administrative expenses and time that we have saved—and been able to dedicate to art instead of fund raising—has been incredible. PCPA's support of our membership services has meant more time for us to work with individual major donors, and has resulted in more and better museum services for our community. PCPA is a lifesaver for our organization.

Over the past decade, the Museum has become increasingly concerned about the changing demographics of Port City and our attendees. We are very pleased that PCPA is taking an initiative to involve more young people and families in our cultural community.

This is an important project, for which the Museum has committed to raising at least $10,000 from our own donor pool, separate from PCPA. We believe this is a small price to pay for the opportunity to build future support and interest in our cultural heritage. We look forward to working together further on the planning and implementation of Project 21C.

Sincerely,

Carl Sorensen Director Port City Art Museum

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