Music: "Finding Neverland" by Yuki Murata
Businesses Understand the Importance of Community Responsibility
Supporting nonprofit organizations isn't merely the duty of individual and family donors nor of grant funding entities, which is why well-respected local businesses are proud supporters of the arts and humanities by being business members of the Broomfield Council on the Arts and Humanities.
If we do not come together as a community to further the advancement of arts for the sake of our youth, it is an inevitable truth that creativity, imagination and innovation will be relics of the past. Follow in the steps of our art conscious business members and become a member of the Broomfield Council on the Arts and Humanities today!
Since 1973, the Broomfield Council on the Arts and Humanities (BCAH) has devoted its energy to passionately supporting the cultivation and sustainability of the arts and humanities in Broomfield, Colorado. It is a registered, nonprofit volunteer-governed organization dedicated to assisting artists, arts groups and programs in the pursuit of performance and presentation of diverse arts, culture, and science events in varied mediums for all ages.
Many Colorado residents have enjoyed performances by artists, arts groups and programs supported by the Broomfield Council on the Arts and Humanities. Yet, many are unaware that these either fall under the BCAH umbrella or, in some way, are supported by BCAH.
Broomfield Council on
the Arts and Humanities
By becoming a member, you are helping to keep the arts alive.
The Broomfield Council on the Arts and Humanities relies on memberships, donations and grants to continue its nonprofit work. Won't you be a part of making this community culturally diverse by becoming a member? Remember, your membership makes a difference!
Artists, arts groups and programs need guidance and support to get started. That's where the Broomfield Council on the Arts and Humanities comes to the rescue! Our mission is to assist local artists, arts groups and programs with engaging the local community in the arts, humanities and, even, sciences.