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Join our Community of Supporters

Help Bridge Live Arts create and support equity-driven live art

that centers artists as agents of change.

Your tax-deductible gift will provide general operating support for live performances, artistic residencies, and public dialogues that collectively extend our deep commitments to artist power, equity, anti-racism, the wisdom of the body, and distributed leadership.

Your individual gift in 2023 allows B.L.A. to:

Ways to Give

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Make a one-time donation or recurring donation via Paypal


 Double or even triple the impact of your donation - contact your employer to see if your donation is eligible for matching.


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 Interested in becoming an institutional partner?


Contact us to set up an introductory conversation with our Co-Director team.

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Become a Bridge Live Arts corporate sponsor

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Tax Information


B.L.A. is a non-profit 501c3 organization and all donations are tax-deductible to the fullest extent of the law. 

Federal Tax ID: 42-1764426


Donation via Check


If you prefer to send a check, please make payable to:


Bridge Live Arts

P.O. Box 225237

Irving Street Station

San Francisco, CA 94122

In-Kind Donations


If you are interested in supporting our work with an in-kind donation, email with more details. We accept airline mile donations year-round and donations of food and beverage in conjunction with special events.

Bridge Live Arts is grateful to our foundation and government supporters for making our work at the intersection of art and activism possible.

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Grants for the Arts logo
The Phyllis C. Wattis Foundation logo
California Arts Council logo
Fleischhacker Foundation logo
Zellerbach Family Foundation logo

Photos (left to right): 2023 Affiliate Artist Hope Mohr leads Imagining the Future workshop as part of Power Shift 2020 program; Paloma McGregor & Liz Lerman co-facilitating the workshop "Aesthetic Equity" co-presented by B.L.A. & 2019 CER Artist Yayoi Kambara, photo by Cherie Hill;  Icon indicating sign language; Dancing Around Race Public Dialogue #1, presented by 2018 CER Lead Artist Gerald Casel and collaborators, photo by Karla Quintero.

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