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The Dallas Architecture Forum welcomes your donations in support of its important mission.

 

As a 501(c)(3) non-profit, your donations are deductible in accordance with IRS regulations.

 

DONATIONS TO SUPPORT THE DALLAS ARCHITECTURE FORUM

Donations in support of The Dallas Architecture Forum’s mission are essential to The Forum. They are a vital component that allows us to give free admission to all who attend our Panel Discussion Series covering crucial issues impacting Dallas and North Texas. Donations also allow us to offer free and heavily discounted admission to students and educators to attend our award-winning Lecture Series each season. Thank you for your donation to support The Forum’s mission.

 

FRANK WELCH MEMORIAL LECTURE FUND DONATIONS

The Dallas Architecture Forum has established the Frank Welch Memorial Lecture, which will be presented by The Forum each season honoring the legacy of esteemed architect Frank Welch. We invite you to make a tax-deductible donation to The Forum to support the presentation of this important Lecture in tribute to Frank each year.

Donations of $100 or more will be recognized on The Forum's website, and donations of $500 or more will also be recognized at the Frank Welch Memorial Lecture, corresponding to the season in which the donations are made.

 

DONATIONS IN HONOR OR MEMORY OF FAMILY, FRIENDS OR COLLEAGUES

The Forum also welcomes donations in honor or in memory of a family member, friend or colleague. 

These donations can also celebrate someone's birthday, marriage, anniversary, graduation or career milestone, or be made in memory of someone's passing. 

We are glad to notify the honoree or family of the person being memorialized by your donation.

Contact The Forum at  should you have questions, or to provide the information needed  to notify the honoree or family members about your gift. 

Please make your donation, either in general support of The Forum's mission, for the Frank Welch Memorial Lecture Fund, or in honor or memory of someone significant to you, at the link below. 

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