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As a non-profit organisation, Project Arts Centre relies greatly on the contributions of individuals, corporations and foundations. You can make a real contribution to supporting the next generation of independent Irish artists. Have plenty of great experiences and know at the same time that your support is directly helping to make this work happen.

Now, more than ever we need your support. Help us to make our future and that of the artists we support secure and bright – you can make a difference.

There are a number of ways you can support the work of Project Arts Centre.

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