How to Support the Bamboo Wind Project?

We are seeking both financial support to launch the project as well as help with our fund raising campaign, publicity, and the actual mounting of the project.  If you can volunteer your time either to help publicize the event or with Technical help, help assembling the stage environments or help during the run of the project please contact us either through email at:  bamboowindproject@gmail.com or by calling Mr. Ariail at 919-949-2476.

If you can help us link to other Social Media sites or provide help with mailing and contact lists, please write to us at: bamboowindproject@gmail.com.

Can you sponsor a Poetry Reading and Fund Raising event at your house?  If you can sponsor and evening fund raising party with at least twenty donors present Mr. Ariail will come to the event and read poems for an hour, including Bamboo Wind, and talk with the guests about the scope and nature of the project.  Suggested minimum guest donation for the evening is $35.

As an additional incentive, any donation of $1500.00 or greater can be applied to the purchase of one the bamboo sculptures on exhibit during the show.

For a donation of $2,000.00 or more Mr. Ariail will design and build either an indoor sculpture or a large outdoor sculpture specific to your site.

In both instances above the portion of your donation over and above the direct cost of the sculpture will be eligible for a tax donation.

At this point we are seeking to raise $8,000.00 in advance in order to ensure coverage of the pre-production expenses and the rehearsal and personnel costs.

Tax deductible contributions can be made to Bamboo Wind through the on-line site Fractured Atlas.

Bamboo Wind is a sponsored project of Fractured Atlas, a non-profit arts service organization. Contributions for the charitable purposes of Bamboo Wind must be made payable to “Fractured Atlas” only and are tax-deductible to the extent permitted by law.

Other contributions may be made directly to:

W.C. Ariail

P.O. Box 1271

Durham, NC 27702

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