The Confluence Project is a collaborative effort to continue the successful redevelopment of downtown Eau Claire at the confluence of the Eau Claire and Chippewa Rivers. The centerpiece of the project is the Confluence Arts Center, a state-of-the-art facility to showcase Eau Claire’s vibrant arts community.
The Pablo Center at the Confluence represents a true public-private collaboration with funding through state, city and county investments, partnered with philanthropy and new market tax credits.
Philanthropic support is critical to reach the Confluence Campaign’s $20 million fundraising goal and to match a $15 million state grant. There are several ways to support the Pablo Center at the Confluence, including individual pledges, bundled gifts, and various naming opportunities.
Please join the community in this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to create a place that will contribute to the cultural renaissance of downtown Eau Claire.
The Century Club
Join a diverse group of business leaders, concerned citizens and arts advocates who have each pledged $50,000 to be paid over a five year period. Members will be recognized on a perma- nent plaque in a prominent area of the Pablo Center at the Confluence to commemorate the significant impact of these leadership gifts. You can read the Century Club ECCF Pledge Form for more details about this option. Please contact Samir Murty if you would like more information.
To learn more about the Pablo Center at the Confluence, you can explore the Confluence Page on the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire Foundation's website as well as the Community for the Confluence website.