FAQs 

What is United Arts of Central Florida’s Federal Employer Identification Number (FEIN)?
Where can I find a copy of United Arts’ IRS Determination Letter and Form 990?
What do contributions to United Arts fund?
How does my contribution to United Arts benefit me and my family?
Do arts, sciences and history organizations earn enough money from ticket sales?
What is the annual Collaborative Campaign for the Arts? When does it occur?
What are United Arts’ donor benefits?
What organizations are funded by United Arts?
Does United Arts of Central Florida have a Privacy Policy?
What is OrlandoAtPlay.com?

What is United Arts of Central Florida’s Federal Employer Identification Number (FEIN)?

United Arts of Central Florida’s FEIN is 59-1166446.
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Where can I find a copy of United Arts’ IRS Determination Letter and Form 990?

Click here for a pdf of our IRS Determination Letter.   Click here to access our most recent audit and Form 990.
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What do contributions to United Arts fund?

Donations to United Arts of Central Florida support more than 60 arts, sciences and history organizations in Lake, Orange, Osceola and Seminole counties. These include Central Florida’s cornerstone cultural institutions including the Orlando Philharmonic Orchestra, Orlando Shakespeare Theater, Orlando Science Center, Orlando Repertory Theatre (The REP), Orlando Ballet, Orlando Science Center and Orange County Regional History Center. More than 2.7 million residents and visitors enjoy these cultural organizations each year. Support for United Arts also funds more than 910,000 pre-K to 12th grade student experiences. United Arts works with area school districts to facilitate curriculum-based comprehensive arts and cultural educational programs for students. Programming includes sending entire grade levels of students in Orange and Osceola County to the Ballet and Philharmonic, many for the first time in their young lives.
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How does my contribution to United Arts benefit me and my family?

United Arts facilitates arts and cultural education programming that reaches students (pre-K to 12th grade) in public schools within the Central Florida Region. Field trips, hands-on activities and performances provide educational and creative experiences in the arts, sciences and history that enhance learning, develop and expand literacy and enrich our region’s greatest treasure: our young people. The arts improve the quality of our lives, bolster tourism and help to attract and retain high-level talent for start-up and established local businesses. In the summer of 2017, Americans for the Arts published Arts & Economic Prosperity V. This study measures the economic impact of spending by nonprofit arts and culture organizations and their event-related audiences. In the Central Florida region, results show that the nonprofit arts and culture industry is a significant economic driver supporting nearly $400 million in economic activity and 13,764 jobs. To learn more about the study, please click here for a summary or click here for the full report.
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Do arts, sciences and history organizations earn enough money from ticket sales?

No. It is vital that cultural organizations keep ticket prices affordable and accessible to the public. Therefore, only about one-third of the funds needed to keep the doors open at our arts and cultural institutions comes from ticket sales and sponsorships. Through the generosity of donors, United Arts provides critical operating support.
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What is the annual Collaborative Campaign for the Arts? When does it occur?

During the Collaborative Campaign for the Arts, United Arts of Central Florida joins with our campaign partners to raise funds for the community of arts, science and history organizations in Central Florida. Fundraising efforts include mailings from United Arts and our cultural partners, as well as online and general marketing efforts. The main campaign will run from February 1 – April 30. The Early Bird phase conducted by United Arts ran from November 26 – January 31. For more information concerning the Campaign for the Arts, please click here .
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What are United Arts’ donor benefits?

With sincere appreciation of your generosity, United Arts is pleased to offer donor benefits:

Donors of $50 or more: a complimentary one-year subscription to Orlando Arts Magazine (OAM). Published in partnership with Visit Orlando, OAM covers regional arts and cultural happenings and features a calendar highlighting events throughout the Central Florida region. 

Donors of $100 or more: a complimentary one-year subscription to Orlando Arts Magazine (OAM) and a United ArtsCard, a valuable buy-one-ticket-get-one-FREE and discount card providing access to quality cultural experiences throughout our four-county region.

For more a complete list of donor benefits click here.


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What organizations are funded by United Arts?

Click here to see a list of organizations we support in your county; click here to learn about education programs we offer in each county. Click here to see the list of funded organizations in 2017, including the amount of funding they received from United Arts.
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Does United Arts of Central Florida have a Privacy Policy?

Yes, we do. You can access our Privacy Policy HERE.
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What is OrlandoAtPlay.com?

OrlandoAtPlay.com is Central Florida’s online calendar, presented by United Arts, that features arts and cultural events, outdoor recreation, surrounding restaurant ideas and other entertainment venues. It includes a comprehensive calendar of events, organization and venue listings, as well as an online box office and a weekly promotional e-mail. For additional program details, visit OrlandoAtPlay.com.
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