AfroSolo Funders
and Patrons:

We at AfroSolo are grateful for the support we receive in pursuing our mission.

AfroSolo is made possible in part by the assistance of the California Arts Council, Congregation Emanu-El, Grants for the Arts, Friends of AfroSolo, Kenneth Rainin Foundation, San Francisco Arts Commission, The Flow Fund, and Zellerbach Family Foundation.

Our Friends of AfroSolo are critical to our success. We appreciate the growing list of our Friends: Dr. Judith D Auerbach, Dr. Dorsey Odell Blake, Kyra Busch, Dr. Gary Carr, Clara Francis, The Freedom Fund, Brian Freeman, Marilyn Hayward, Paul G. Heller, Wayne L. Kitchen, Kathryn MacDonald, Nancy E. Quinn, Dr. Etta Ray, Linda Roland, Willisa Yvette Roland, Shizue Seigel, Arnold Simpson, Nathan Simpson, Thomas Robert Simpson, Ms. Jasmine Sudarkasa, and Eric Ting.

We are also appreciative of the support we received from our community partners: African American Art and Culture Complex, African American Theatre Alliance for Independence (AATAIN), Formerly Incarcerated People Project, HCA & Associates, Intersection for the Arts, Mentoring Men’s Movement, Society for Community Work, and Yerba Buena Gardens Festival.

AfroSolo is fiscally sponsored by Intersection for the Arts, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, which allows us to offer you tax deductions for contributions. Checks can be made payable to Intersection for the Arts. Write AfroSolo Theatre Company in the memo line. This ensures that an acknowledgement letter will be generated for tax purposes, and your donation will be available for AfroSolo’s projects. Mail checks to: Intersection for the Arts, 1446 Market Street, San Francisco, California 94102, Or click here to make an online donation!  (please link click to: ><


California Arts Council
Congregation Emanu-el
Friends of AfroSolo
Kenneth Rainin Foundation
Zellerbach Family Foundation

Community Partners

African American Theatre Alliance For Independence
The Formerly Incarcerated People's Performace Project
HCA & Co
The Flow Fund
Mentoring Men's Movement
Intersection Logo For the Arts
African American Art & Culture Complex