Honoring the past.
Building a dream.
Decades ago the dream to build a campus home for the fine arts began. Now is the time to realize the dream. The strength and tradition of the music and drama programs at Tabor College made them the heart of the college since the beginning. They are symbols of distinction that have touched thousands of lives and proclaimed God’s glory.
“I am creating something new. There it is! Do you see it?” – Isaiah 43:19 (CEV)
We’ve reached the Grand Finale
With unparalleled generosity and great excitement, we have witnessed the funding and construction of the Shari Flaming Center for the Arts. Construction is progressing with anticipated completion December 2017. Our generous constituency has given $17.2 million to the Signature Campaign with $12.3 million for the Shari Flaming Center for the Arts.
We have reached the last act, and invite you to be part of our Grand Finale to raise $1 million to complete the facility debt free.
Setting the Stage
Our desire is to build the Shari Flaming Center for the Arts debt free launching us on our strategic initiative of increasing our student participation in the performing and visual arts.
We need 1,000 people to give $1,000. Our goal of $1 million becomes much easier when we expand our audience.
Would you participate in the Grand Finale? Make a gift of $1,000 or more (check, credit card, stocks, commodities). A gift can be given by someone, for someone or in honor of someone to participate in the Grand Finale.
- Choose to participate in the Grand Finale
- Find someone to participate with you
- Give in honor of someone you know who would like to participate
Take a Bow
Donors will be recognized on the Grand Finale plaque as part of the group that took us over the top making it possible to build the facility debt free.
Do you know someone who might want to be included in the Grand Finale? You can share in the dream by spreading the word to grow our broad base of support.
Share your decision to participate in our dream with others to engage new supporters of the Center for the Arts.