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Canadian Friends

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Canadian winter residents and visitors enjoy world-class cultural opportunities each season at Artis—Naples.

By joining the Canadian Friends of Artis—Naples affiliate group, you not only support the breadth of Artis—Naples’ performing and visual arts programs, you also help to bring Canadian artists to Southwest Florida.

Canadian Friends have underwritten the performances of such exceptional Canadian performers as Diana Krall, Rich Little, Martin Short, Louise Pitre and the Toronto Symphony Orchestra.

Members of Canadian Friends of Artis—Naples receive a Canadian income tax receipt. Checks to the Council for Canadian American Relations must be made payable in U.S. currency and forwarded directly to Artis—Naples. If a U.S. tax receipt is required, checks should be made payable to Artis—Naples.

For more information about the Canadian Friends, please contact Cindy Learned, Annual Fund Manager, at 239-254-2702 or clearned@artisnaples.org.

Donate to the Canadian Friends:

For a Canadian tax receipt:
Donations to the Canadian Friends cannnot be accepted online, due to tax-deductible implications for Canadian citizens. Instead, please make your check payable in U.S. dollars to the Council for Canadian American Relations. A Canadian income tax receipt will be issued. Checks must be forwarded directly to Artis—Naples.

For a U.S. tax receipt:
Please send a check payable to Artis—Naples at:
5833 Pelican Bay Boulevard
Naples, Florida 34108-2740

Contribute to Canadian Friends
at the following levels:

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