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BECOME A CONTRIBUTOR/DONATE NOW!
SUPPORT THE ARTS
We are making it easier than ever to support the arts in the Greenbrier Valley. Please see the below opportunities and contact Development Director, Sally Bray, at firstname.lastname@example.org . . .
NAME A CHAIR
BECOME A PART OF HISTORY
Carnegie Hall is offering a great new opportunity for fans and friends of the Hall to leave their mark at this historic landmark by naming a chair in the Hamilton Auditorium. For a donation of $300 you can have your name or that of someone you want to honor or remember placed on a nameplate on the back of one of the new chairs that Carnegie Hall plans to install as part of the second phase of its auditorium renovation project.
The Eugene and Annie Jeffus Performance Fund for Carnegie Hall
Few people enjoy the performance programming offered at Carnegie Hall more than Jeff and Annie Jeffus.
When the time came to honor these long-standing, exceptional patrons of the arts in general, and Carnegie Hall specifically, the Jeffus Fund was established through The Greater Greenbrier Valley Community Foundation in 2020. , ,
ADVERTISE WITH US
LET PEOPLE KNOW YOU SUPPORT THE ARTS
Playbill advertising is a wonderful way to connect with locals and visitors alike. This affordable placement generates advertising for your business throughout the Mainstage Performance Season from September through May. Carnegie is offering digital advertising this season as well. In addition to our print advertising, we have an ad package that . . .
CARNEGIE HALL FOUNDATION
Since 1902, Carnegie Hall has been an important landmark in Lewisburg. Originally serving as an auditorium and classroom building for the Greenbrier College for Women, today Carnegie Hall presents world-class performances, fine art, and educational programs to the community. Since the inception of Carnegie Hall, Inc. as a . . .
CARNEGIE HALL GUILD
PROVIDING VOLUNTEER & FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE