SUPPORT US TODAY!

Things are happening at the Kaufherr Center because of the support of people like you!  Thanks to your support the Center continues to provide the resources necessary to advance the careers of performing artists seeking opportunity in the entertainment industry.

Your support helps keep the Center available to hundreds of visitors all year long through use of our studios, professional development workshops and seminars, and building lasting supportive relationships in the industry.

The Kaufherr Resource Center is an independent, non-profit 501(c)3 organization.  

Every dollar counts and helps us keep the wheels turning day in and day out.

Please consider how you can support The Kaufherr Resource Center and those we serve by making a contribution, today.


The tools of a working performer don't come without a price tag!  Here are your dollars at work ...

  • $100 supports one hour in a fully equipped rehearsal space
  • $250 supports one hour in the audio studio
  • $500 supports one hour in the video studio
  • $1,000 supports general operating needs year round
  • $1,200 supports a year of professional development workshops and seminars


There are three ways you can help ...


1.) Donate Online!




2.) Donate by phone!


Call Kathy Byrne at (312) 867-5508 

Let her know you are calling to

donate to the Kaufherr Members Resource Center!

(She can securely & easily process immediately by phone)


3.) Donate by Check!

Make your check payable to:  

Kaufherr Members Resource Center

Mail to:

The Kaufherr Resource Center
1 East Erie Street
Suite 660
Chicago, IL  60611

OR!

Consider Planned Giving
An easy way to ensure your continued giving and allow us to continue our work is to consider making a gift in your will or living trust.  By including a bequest in your will or living trust you are ensuring that we can continue to assist performers for years to come.

Talk with a financial advisor for professional guidance on how to make this possible.

All donations are tax deductible to the fullest extent of the law.

​​The Kaufherr Center needs your help!