Your extraordinary generosity through membership in the Bertram Horowitz Society will provide The Clay Studio with the resources required to realize the highest level of artistic and educational quality possible. Horowitz Society members are provided with exceptional opportunities to engage with Clay Studio leaders, like-minded friends and collectors, and artists and industry leaders through a variety of exclusive events designed especially for you!
There are many ways to join:
- Make a cash gift or pledge, the most direct method of lending your support.
- Make a gift through your employer’s matching gifts program.
- Make a gift of $1,000 or more to The Clay Studio’s Claymobile Outreach Program through the Southeastern Pennsylvania United Way. Donor Choice #47896.
- Direct your gift toward a particular program or area of interest. Please contact Julie Shanahan, Developement Coordinator, at (215) 925-3453 x17 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Make a gift of appreciated stock. The total value of the stock upon transfer is tax-deductible to the fullest extent allowable by law. Please contact Julie Shanahan, Developement Coordinator, at (215) 925-3453 x17 or email@example.com for more information.
Why Horowitz: The Bertram Horowitz Society is named in honor of a great man who rescued The Clay Studio in 1980 after a devastating fire. Bert came to The Clay Studio as its insurance adjuster, but Bert’s love of art and concern for artists led him to focus his indefatigable energy on rebuilding the organization from its ashes. Through his support and leadership, The Clay Studio found a new facility, hired its first paid director and established a community-based Board of Directors. Bert became the first Board President, engaged his friends and associates in our mission, and nurtured The Clay Studio back to health. The Clay Studio community is forever indebted to him, and he will always be our hero.
Bertram Horowitz Society Membership Categories
Membership in the Horowitz Society includes 2 individuals of the same household; single individuals are welcome to bring a guest to Horowitz Society events.