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Thank you to our generous community of funders for providing Flushing Town Hall a foundation of strength and endurance. We are grateful beyond measure for the elected officials, donors and members, foundations, corporations, volunteers, and all patrons who have supported us for over 40 years, in the best and the worst of times.

Flushing Town Hall is a not for profit organization and receives major support in 2023 from the National Endowment for the Arts; New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Kathy Hochul and the New York State Legislature; New York State Assembly Member Ron Kim; The City of New York, Mayor Eric Adams; New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, Commissioner Laurie Cumbo; Queens Borough President Donovan Richards; The New York City Council, Speaker Adrienne E. Adams and New York City Council Members Sandra Ung, Tiffany Caban, Shekar Krishnan, Linda Lee, Vickie Paladino, Lynn Schulman, and Jessica Won; Howard Gilman Foundation, Booth Ferris Foundation, Guru Krupa Foundation, Fan Fox and Leslie R. Samuels Foundation. 

In addition to the list above, Flushing Town Hall’s Education & Public Programs are funded in part by Cathay Bank; Con Edison; Cornelia T. Bailey Foundation; Guru Krupa Foundation; The Louis Armstrong Educational Foundation, Inc.; Mid Atlantic Arts Foundation; Leslie Ogan; Richmond County Savings Foundation. 

Flushing Town Hall is grateful for all gifts received and wishes to thank everyone for their ongoing generosity. Donors with gifts of $100 or more: Albera Alexandre, Karen Argueta, Maria Arias, Ateam Realty, Viviana Benitez, Larue Brathwaite, Gonzalo Casals, Cathay Bank Foundation, Deborah Chan, Wellington Chen, Kwija Cho, Hsing-Lih Chou, Chun Fook Funeral Services, LLC, Vincent A. Conte, Patricia Coulaz, Anne Curcio, David Deutsch, Alexander DiPaolo, Kathy Donovan, Eddie & Ellen Seckler, Paul Foster, Anthony Galea, Andrew & Patricia Garson, Anthony Gatta, Shari Gottlieb, Hammond Architecture, Thomas Harrison, Sin-Ying Ho, Geraldene Hornsby Gray, Timothy Hsieh, Pauline Huang, Robyn Jamison, Raymond D. Jasen, Mary Jane Kirkpatrick, Adrienne Kivelson, Robert Kodadek, Peter Koo, Richard Kruter, Saul Kupferberg, Kupferberg Center for the Arts, Peling Lee, Stephanie S. Lee, Anne Lewent, Judy Lewent & Mark Shapiro, Steve Lewent, James Liao, Marsha & Peter Liebowitz, Emily Lin, Linda Lin, Margaret Ling, Bihua Liu, Meiling Liu, Frank Macchio, James Marlow, Steve Marston, Susan Mazzella (In Memory of Carol & Larry Leaf), William McClure, Steven Mecca, Rochelle Nechin Dunaisky, TeHsing Niu, Leslie Ogan, The Ong Family Foundation, Neil Padukone, Kimberly Phelan, Alfred & Diane Rankins, Mrs Deborah Richberg, Stephen Roberson, Wayne Robins, Christopher W. Romero, Jeffrey Rosenstock, Barrett Rosenzweig, Janet Schneider, Janet Schneider, Roslyn Schwersenz, Ellen Seckler, Tina Seligman, Tina Seligman, Helene Sender, Jeffrey Simmons, Tim & Peggy Simmons, Stephen Sincovich, Louise P. Sloane & Don Dillon, William Summers, Mrs. S Toomer, Hurst Taylor, Louisa Ting, Veronica Y. Tsang, TungLien Tu, WAC Lighting, T.C. Wang, Tai Nin Wang, Edwin O'Keefe Westley, Edwin Westley, David Wise, Edwina Wong, Anna Wu, Frank Wu, and Qiadong Zhao.

With special thanks to the Howard Gilman Foundation and the Hyde & Watson Foundation, Flushing Town Hall was able to purchase equipment needed to live-stream and record from its theater.

Louis Armstrong Legacy Virtual Jazz Jam is supported in part by a grant from The Louis Armstrong Educational Foundation, Inc.

Common Ground: Mini-Global Mashup concerts are made possible by the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of the Office of the Governor and the New York State Legislature.

A special thank you to Flushing Town Hall’s Chinese Cultural Committee for their ongoing support.

We have done our best to recognize funders correctly, but should your recognition be incorrect, please contact Jessica Peña, Director of Development, at