Leave a Capitol Legacy!
That the Lakeshore-area community has saved and twice- renovated the beautiful Capitol Civic Centre, our premier performance venue, is, truly, remarkable. There are many ways to support the Capitol and ensure its lasting benefit to our community. One of these is by establishing a Capitol legacy through the Capitol Foundation.
By supporting the Capitol’s Foundation, you are, indeed, investing in the future of our community. Your gift ensures the life of the “Jewel of the Lakeshore”…the grand Capitol Civic Centre.
The Capitol Foundation is managed by the Capitol Civic Centre Foundation Board. These dedicated, experienced, and knowledgeable professionals provide the guidance and leadership to ensure the long-term financial stability of the Capitol Civic Centre, Inc. They safeguard and support the mission, integrity, and vitality of the historic Capitol Civic Centre…now, and for the generations to come.
Like the Capitol Civic Centre, Inc., the Capitol Civic Centre Foundation is also a 501c3 charitable organization; your Capitol legacy gift is not only meaningful and necessary, it also is tax-deductible.
Leave a Capitol legacy gift and rest assured that this wonderful and grand community asset will remain vibrant, well into the future.
Capitol Foundation funds are managed by the Lakeshore Community Foundation.
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To make a contribution to the Capitol Civic Centre Foundation: CAPITOL CIVIC CENTRE FOUNDATION, PO BOX 399, MANITOWOC WISCONSIN 54221-0399. For more information, please Email email@example.com or call Executive Director Matt Schliesman, 920.686.6420.
2017-18 Fiscal Year Foundation Donors
(updated Oct. 17., 2017)
Robin & Sarah Anderson
Tom & Julia Angst
Michael J. Arendt
Gary & Chris Blimel
Marty & Jane Boerst
Robert & Gwen Braun
Dr. Joe & Eleanor DiRaimondo
Jeff & Jean Hansen
Dan Hornung & Anne Schuette
Charles & Ruth Ann Indestad
Danny Kirk & Mary Maurer
Mike & Mary Lambert
Tod & Taybee Pauly
Skip & Jane Pfeffer
Thomas & Sharon Reilly