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CUP’s work is largely supported by the generous donations of individuals and foundations that care about the city and how it works. Every donation, from $5 to $50,000 helps us to keep producing the high-quality projects you have come to expect from CUP.

If you would like to support our work, donate now through the secure donation form below:

CUP is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization. All cash and in-kind contributions to CUP are tax-deductible and fully support our educational programming.

You can also mail your tax-exempt contributions to:
CUP 
232 Third Street #D201 
Brooklyn, NY 11215

Current Supporters

CUP’s programs are made possible in part with public funds from:
  • National Endowment for the Arts
  • New York State Council on the Arts, with the support of Governor Andrew M. Cuomo and the New York State Legislature
  • New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, in partnership with the City Council
  • Council Member Brad Lander
  • Council Member Stephen Levin
  • Council Member Melissa Mark-Viverito
  • Council Member Carlos Menchaca
  • Council Member Antonio Reynoso
  • Council Member Ritchie Torres
CUP is also supported by the generosity of:
  • Capital One
  • David Rockefeller Fund
  • Deutsche Bank
  • Graham Foundation for Advanced Studies in the Fine Arts
  • Mertz Gilmore Foundation
  • Nathan Cummings Foundation
  • New York Foundation
  • Robert Rauschenberg Foundation
  • Scherman Foundation
  • Shelley & Donald Rubin Foundation
  • Surdna Foundation

Thank you!

CUP is extremely grateful to the following donors who supported our work in 2015.

Sustainers

BRP Development Corporation, Chicago Title Insurance Company, cloudred, Christine Coletta & Matt Bockelman, Community Foundation of the Chattahoochee Valley, Contact Fund, Cycle Architecture + Planning, Deborah Berke Partners, Deutsche Bank, Enterprise Community Partners, H3 Hardy Collaboration Architecture, Julie Hertzog & Gabrielle Esperdy, Hirschen Singer & Epstein, Leslie Kogod, Stuart Kogod & Denise Garone, Aaron Koffman, LISC NYC, Jeff Maki, Sam Marks & Lauren Pesso, Thomas L. McMahon, Jeremy Robinson-Leon, Sage & Coombe, David Smiley & Lauren Kogod, TransitCenter, Carol & Mark Willis, Willy Wong, Work-Order

Supporters

Ammor Architecture, Architecture Research Office, Artimus Construction, BKSK Architects, Bone/Levine Architects, DesBrisay & Smith Architects, Curtis & Ginsberg Architects, Dress Code, Therese Esperdy & Robert Neborak, Karen Fairbanks & Scott Marble, Zuleika Fertullien, Fly’s Eye Films, Mark Foggin, Francoise Bollack Architects, Belmont Freeman, Group Gordon, Liz & Tim Howell, Hudson Companies, ioby, Patrick W. Jones PC, Faizah Malik & Zaahir Syed, Marble Fairbanks Architects, Eliano Sanchez Jr., Selman Design, Slater & Beckerman, Thread Collective, Tsao & McKown Architects, Irina Verona & Guido Hartray, Asaf Yogev & Pawel Tzaczuk, Tracy and Zachary Wydra, Anonymous

Contributors

Stephen Brockman, Jacqueline Chu, Matthew Clancy, Martin Dunn, Frances Eberhart, Sean Flynn & Claire Steichen, Rosalie Genevro, Sharon Haar, Laura Hansen, Marc & Jean Jahr, Aisling Kelliher & Thanassis Rikakis, Warren Leon, Tamara Maletic, Andrew Matsuoka & Farheen Malik, Rachel Miller, Nixon Peabody, Maria Nunez, Rosamund Palmer, Damon Rich, Trevor Samaroo, Aaron Shiffman, Ron Shiffman, The Hart Family, Betsy Weis, Westerman Construction

Friends

James A., Abhas and Shaily, Alexis Agathocleous, Michael Anderson & Elizabeth Anderson, Alan & Judith Appelbaum, Lynn Appelbaum, Mercedes Armillas, Hunter Armstrong, Jason Babbie, Kierin Baldwin, Joshua Barnett, George Beane, Sarah Bendit, Bernheimer Architecture, Sarah Brennan, Hannah Bronfman, Fred Brown, Matt Burgermaster, Dan Campo, Gonzalo Casals, Caswell Communications, Sarah Charlop-Powers & Dani Simons, Stephen Chen, Jeffrey Chusid , Anita Cooney, Zach Craun, James Dillon, Benjamin Dulchin, Sergio Esperdy and Theresa Esperdy, Mark and Janet Fastabend, Cassie Fennell, Fitzgerald and Halliday, Cristian Fleming, Zak Foster, Jonathan Garnaas-Holmes, Heather Gershen, GigCoin, Ann H., Matt Hackett, Janiece & Tony Haftel, Dave Hanzel, Michael Heimbinder and Daisy Deomampo, Liz and Steve Herbes, Antoine Hervier, Michael Holleran & Judith Sanders, Sara Imperiale, Karrie Jacobs, Andrew Jensen and Christine Vleck, Margarett Jolly, Charlotte Kahn, Alexa Kasdan, Olympia Kazi, Tara Kelly, Lynn Kiang, Christopher Kim, Robert D. and Carol H. Krinsky, Jeff Lai, Noah Leff, Asher Levinthal, Adam Lubinsky, Hester Lyons, Medha & Salim Makhlouf, John Mangin, Annie Marks & Josh Roberts, Jane & James McGroarty, Andrew McNamara, Leigh Mignogna, Greg Mihalko, Karen Miller, Nisha Mistry, Lize Mogel, Mariana Mogilevich, Valeria Mogilevich, David Most, Yasuko Moyer, Elyse Newman & Ben Dolnick, Ted Nikolis, Patira Pattharuksa, Ben R., Hatuey Ramos-Fermin, Christopher Rhie, Quilian Riano, Nick Rosenberg, Tamar Rothenberg, Emily Roush, Erin Routson, Frank Ruchala, Mary S., Martina Salisbury, Stephen Schreckinger, Doree Seligmann & Karen Wolny, Peter Shire and Teresa Faidley, Victoria Shire, Ken Shulman, Abby Jo Sigal, Andrew Sloat, Kathleen & Kevin Stokes, Margaret Sullivan, Illya Szilak, Paul Tainsh and Kathleen McCullagh in honor of Anthony Daniels, Alexander Taylor, Jonathan  Taylor, Natalie To, Tim Tompkins, Rebecca Torrey, Jennifer Trepinski, Brian Turner, Lawrence Vale, Aneesa  Wahed, Shawn Watts, Ben and Lee Wellington, Lynnette Widder, Dan Wiley, June Williamson, John Willoughby, Rhea Wong, Louise & Ben Wydra in honor of Tracy Wydra, Sevin Yildiz, Anonymous (7)

Fans

Jordan Alexander, Jason Anderson, Maria Barker, Lauren Belfer, Jonathan Bogarin, Katherine Bradley, Elaine Braithwaite, Leslie Brauman, Alexandra C., Austin C., Claudia Calhoon, Andrew Casarsa, Yeju Choi, Thomas Coenen, Charlotte Cohen, Eleor Cohen, Deb and Ed Coletta, Com, Patty Cox, Annie Decker, Michelle De La Uz, Kabir de Leeuw, Designer Loft, Thomas Dewey, Neil Donnelly, Sara Durkacs, Ev & jT, David Fletcher, Eric Friedman, Vinay Ganti, Moses Gates, Benjamin Gerdes & Jennifer Hayashida, Patrick Gerety, Lucy C. Graham, Liz Greenstein, Preethi Guniganti, Jamie Hand, James Harris, Naomi Hersson-Ringskog, Sam Holleran, Jennifer Hong, Nicole Idoko, Kemi Ilesanmi, Jamie Jensen, Amy K., Andrew Kennedy, Lisa Kersavage, Drew Kiriazides, Prem Krishnamurthy, Karen Kubey, John Kudos, Matthew Lasner, Chris Lewis, Erika Lindsey, Katie Lorah, Gerald Maffei, Lindsay Martinez, Jonathan Marvel, Heather Jane McCormick, Patrick McDonnell, Manuel Miranda, Deborah Morris, Antonio Musumeci, Anupama Nagaraj, Sina Najafi, Kenneth Namkung, Jessica Nelson, India Nicholas, Mark O’Brien, Manasree Panerkandy, Won Park, Richard Plunz, Laboni Rahman, Ravi Ramchandani, Amber Randolph, Matthew Ringer, Dana Roper, Martha Rosler, Lindsey Rothfeder, Kate Rubin, Chris Rubino, David Schleifer, Tal Schori, Varick Shute, Fazeela Siddiqui, Adam Slavin, Paris Smith, Dwain Sperling, Ben Stark, Julie Stein, Cindy Sterling & Kristen Lloyd, Jonah Stern, Joel Stillman, Bryan Sykora, Lara Tannenbaum, Richard The, Bruce & Kathi Torrey, Robin & Monika Torrey, Chat Travieso, Sabina Uffer, Seth Ullman, Aimee VonBokel, Lisa Whitmer, Julia Williams, Elizabeth Wilson, Ricky Wong, Peter Yang, Jess Zimbabwe, Sharon Zukin in honor of Ingrid Scheib-Rothbart, Anonymous (3)


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