3-Legged Dog is a nonprofit cultural and technology organization that relies on foundation, corporate, and individual donations to support our arts programming and artist development activities. All contributions are fully tax-deductible.
3LD and the artists we serve greatly
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3-Legged Dog would like to thank the following generous individuals and organizations for their continued programming support
3-Legged Dog gratefully acknowledges the support of the following donors and non-profit financiers whose flexibility and vision have sustained 3LD and allowed us to continue to grow:
First we would like to acknowledge our sustaining supporters who have stuck with us through thick and thin:
Susan Feder and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation New York Theater Program, an Anonymous Foundation and Donor Advised Fund and La Vida Feliz Foundation.
We also want to express special appreciation to Daniel Wiener of Hughes Hubbard and Reed who has stood with us through our most difficult and complex times with solid and wise legal advice.
In addition recent very important work to deepen our program scope, open our doors to more and more diverse artists and audiences and stabilize our company has been supported by The Ford Foundation, The Robert Halper Foundation, The MAP Fund, Creative Capital, The Alliance of Resident Theaters New York and American Express Foundation.
Many of our current programs exist because of help in the past from the following institutional supporters:
The Rockefeller Foundation Cultural Innovation Fund, Fund for the City of New York, The New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, Quanta Foundation, the New York Foundation for the Arts, the Robert Sterling Clark Foundation and the Lower Manhattan Development Corporation.
3-Legged Dog is also very grateful to the following people and organizations who believed in us enough to meaningfully partner with us and who have helped us to forge a new business model for the not for profit experimental arts that has accelerated and refreshed our artistic growth and broadened our creative community:
Angelica Cheung and Anita Chang of Vogue China, Darren Walker of the Ford Foundation, formerly of the Rockefeller Foundation, Tim McClimon of the American Express Foundation, Andrew Bolton and Harold Koda and the staff at the Metropolitan Museum of Art and Costume Institute, Oskar Eustis and Maria Goyanes of the Public Theater, Nagamitsu Endo and Helen Wood at NHK Cosmomedia America, Glenn Weiss at the Times Square Alliance, Shari Frilot and Kamal Sinclair at the Sundance Film Festival New Frontiers Program, Jared Mezzochi and the University of Maryland and Jim Zboril at Lake Nona Development, Tavistock Realty. and Shawn Lewis and everyone at the Actors Studio Graduate Program at Pace University.
We also want to acknowledge the friendship and support of the following organizations and individuals whose assistance and spirit of community have also sustained us:
Manhattan Borough President Scott Stringer, The Non-Profit Finance Fund, Rockefeller Brothers Fund, The Shubert Foundation, Max Ambramowitz, David Baile, Andrea Kiefer and Jamie Barker, Catherine Bellinger, Susan Bernfield, Chantal Bilodeau, DCA Assistant Commissioner Susan Chin, William Cusick, Howard Edelstein, Susan Feder, Lisa Frigand, Roland Gebhardt, Lee Gruzen, Tom Healy, John Hilliard, Jonathan Hollander, Shawn Lewis, Sigl Moeslinger, Willard Morgan, Jennifer Neumeyer, Edward Norton, Faust Oppenheim, Kate Pelia, Diane Ragsdale, Christopher Reber, Patricia Rosenwald, Victoria Rospond, Van Santvoord, Susan Sarandon, Val & Min Myn Schaffner, Fran Smyth, Stephen Sondheim, Aaron Sosnick, Rob Halper, Paul Nagle and Margo Viscusi.
We will always be grateful to former New York State Senator Daniel Squadron for his unwavering support during our most difficult times.