"RMK is now and has always been about Freedom, the freedom to express yourself, speak your mind, and be who you are. It’s important to stand up for and be supportive of the individual, our communities, and the world in meaningful ways. Art does that..."
- Robert Moses
Donate to Robert Moses’ KIN’s Art Does That… Campaign!
Robert Moses’ KIN invites partnerships that further our efforts to foster artistic and intellectual growth throughout the San Francisco Bay Area community and produce world-class art. In the upcoming season alone, we are enjoying new flight through aerial dance, expanding our reach with outdoor performances at Golden Gate Park, rooting ourselves deeper in the community with expanded educational outreach programs and performances, (just ask us about the growth in our RMK’s “Bootstraps: Lyric Legacies” Education Program), and a tour to New Mexico that brings our method of working to the national service organization NDI New Mexico. And that’s just the 1st half of the year! So, we ask for your support for Robert Moses’ KIN’s 28th Season by making a tax-deductible donation to the company today!
Your gift of support is what makes Arts and Culture possible. Your friendship opens a vista for art and community that we could not do without you. A better Bay Area and world is only the next dream away.
A donation to RMK will help support the company’s continuous work towards bringing art, dance, and strong voices to the forefront of our community. We seek to increase dancer salaries, stabilize our administrative team, and expand our “Bootstraps; Lyric Legacies” educational program with your support. Our campaign goal is $30,000.
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Make checks out to Robert Moses' KIN and mail to:
870 Market Street
San Francisco, CA 94102
RMK now accepts crypto donations in Bitcoin and Ethereum. To donate crypto, please fill out our brief form so that we can provide you with our wallet address and a receipt for your donation.
Corporate matching donations can be made through Benevity and Merck Gives Back.
Thank you to our supporters:
Arlene and Harold Greenspan
Julie Holaday Castelero
Activities of Robert Moses’ Kin have been made possible by:
National Endowment for the Arts, The Dream Keeper Initiative, Human Rights Commission, The International Association of Blacks in Dance, Center for Cultural Innovation, San Francisco Arts Commission, Grants for the Arts/San Francisco Hotel Tax Fund, Jonathan Logan Family Foundation, The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation, The Kenneth Rainin Foundation, National Dance Project/NEFA, Fleishhacker Foundation, Zellerbach Family Foundation, Sam Mazza Foundation (for educational programming), The San Francisco Foundation, and generous individuals.