Help support our non-profit, year-round arts programming by donating to Basilica Hudson. Each donation goes directly towards supporting our mission of presenting independent and innovative arts and culture and fostering sustainable community. We count on community support to keep our programming sustainable each year, and donations offer our organization a unique opportunity to create foundation on which to launch our next season. Your sponsorship directly supports the ongoing operations, and allows Basilica Hudson to continue to develop and present its 30+ community programs.

Basilica Hudson welcomes more than 35,000 visitors to programs and events each year. Help sustain our non-profit cultural and community programs, presented in our solar-powered reclaimed 1880s industrial factory on the waterfront of the historic City of Hudson.

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Basilica Hudson’s program has taken shape through collaborations with many partners, visiting artists and friends, supported by adventurous audiences and community members. Drawing inspiration from our location – from explorers and industries past, to farmers, makers, artists, and chefs present – Basilica’s multidisciplinary program includes a range of music, performance, film, food and literary programming, alongside regular film screenings, art exhibitions, and environmental programs and other community gatherings.

Contributions nurture artistic programming and strengthen ongoing operations. All donations help support the many innovative and independent voices we bring together every season.

Donations are tax-deductible and every dollar counts!

PLEASE CONSIDER MAKING A DONATION

Contributions for the charitable purposes of Basilica Hudson are tax-deductible to the extent permitted by law, and donors will receive a Donation letter with tax information from Basilica Hudson. Donations can be made by credit card or check.

MAKE YOUR BUSINESS A SEASON SPONSOR FOR OUR 10 YEAR ANNIVERSARY
To learn more about becoming a season sponsor, please email us at info@basilicahudson.org