Your gift makes a tremendous impact on Mason Arts: in the lives of George Mason University students and faculty, as well as arts lovers of all ages in our community.

Your Gift Matters

Opportunities for giving range from supporting scholarships and endowed faculty chairs to the two performing arts centers on George Mason campuses.

Make a difference in the way you choose. Gifts may be designated to support work in a particular discipline as well as initiatives beyond the classroom.

Ways To Give

There are many ways to make a difference in the lives of our students and in our community of arts lovers across the Northern Virginia region—it’s up to you! Gifts may be designated to support work in a particular arts discipline, scholarships, our two performing arts centers, and more. There are opportunities for individuals, corporations, and other organizations. You can make a gift now, or learn how to plan a gift through your estate.

Our Development staff is here to help you and your financial team decide the best way for you to reach your philanthropic goals. Read more about the different ways to give, or contact Susan Graziano, Director of Development, at 703-993-4188 to discuss your interests.

How Your Support Makes a Difference

Vicki and John Salmon
Establishing a Bequest to Support Future Arts Education

Victoria N. Salmon, DA ’97 and her husband John J. Salmon appreciate the tremendous growth taking place in the College of Visual and Performing Arts (CVPA), which is why they have established a bequest to help future CVPA students reach their full potential.

Mason School of Dance and Music performing together
Support George Mason Now: Power the Possible

Built by grit, ability, and vision. Opportunities seized, risks rewarded. A willingness to break the mold, question the status quo, and become the model of what's needed and what will be next.

CVPA Annual Reports