Ways to Give: It Takes a Village to Build Tateuchi Center

Make a Stock Gift!
Many donors find that contributing appreciated stock enables them to fund their philanthropic intent with a low-basis asset while avoiding capital gains. Contact Roxanne Shepherd to receive stock transfer instructions: rshepherd@tateuchicenter.org or 425.467.7075

The phrase “Woven from Many Strands” speaks to the broad range of artistic presentations that will fill Tateuchi Center’s two performance halls. As our fundraising has progressed, and as we anticipate the community phase of our campaign, we realized that our funding sources are also Woven from Many Strands.The phrase “Woven from Many Strands” speaks to the broad range of artistic presentations that will fill Tateuchi Center’s two performance halls.

As our fundraising has progressed, and as we anticipate the community phase of our campaign, we realized that our funding sources are also Woven from Many Strands. We are honored that the broadest “threads” bear the names Tateuchi, Arakawa, and Freeman. Indeed, every donor and groups of donors, both individuals and organizations, add their distinctive colors and textures to our Campaign’s tapestry.

Though the bulk of gifts received to move this vision forward are in the form of cash, pledges, and stock transfers, in-kind donations have also made a tremendous difference.

Starting with the Kemper Freeman Family’s gift of the land on which Tateuchi Center will rise, donations of tangible items and essential services have boosted our campaign. Recent examples include:  Hamilton event catering provided by Randi & Joseph Brazen’s Central Bar + Restaurant, and an important boost to the efficiency of our back-office gift processing system thanks to Cormac Acevedo’s contribution of lean manufacturing expertise.

We are grateful for all the ways in which community members are helping realize this vision for a world-class performing arts center in the heart of the Eastside.