The San Diego Regional Arts and Culture Coalition (SDRACC) is the voice of arts and culture supporters in San Diego. Founded in 1989 to advocate for stable funding by the City of San Diego, SDRACC has expanded to become the local partner of California Arts Advocates on state issues and Americans for the Arts on national issues. Arts and Culture organizations join SDRACC to add their voice to the chorus of support for government funding, sound policy, and an educated public to San Diego benefits from a strong creative sector.

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URGENT ACTION ALERT - Respond by Thursday at 5pm

We need to urge our Councilmembers to include in the Budget Memo support for Penny for the Arts.

Please contact members of the San Diego City Council today with the following message:

Dear Councilmember (NAME):

I am writing on behalf of (xyz organization or individual), and as a member of the San Diego Regional Arts & Culture Coalition, to thank you for your continued support of arts and culture. We respectively request that you include in your Budget Memo, as a priority, support for Penny for the Arts. As an (organization, artist, arts donor), City funding for the arts (tell your story here). Thank you.

City Council Email Addresses

District 1
Council President Barbara Bry

District 2
Councilmember Lorie Zapf

District 3
Councilmember Chris Ward

District 4
Council President Myrtle Cole

District 5
Councilmember Mark Kersey

District 6
Councilmember Chris Cate

District 7
Councilmember Scott Sherman

District 8
Councilmember David Alvarez

District 9
Councilmember Georgette Gomez
Arts Staff Representative Marisa Beruman

Thank you for advocating for the arts!
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Thank you to everyone that came out to last week's San Diego City Council District 9 forum about arts, culture and community. A special thank you to the District 9 candidates Georgette Gomez and Ricardo Flores, to our co-sponsors United Women of East Africa and to the forum panelists for participating. ... See MoreSee Less

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