The MOJA Arts Festival would not be made possible without the generous support of corporations, foundations and friends of the festival. Your support is critical in helping us produce and present a vibrant, artistically-excellent festival for everyone in the community to enjoy. It has been a true hallmark of the MOJA experience that our programming is accessible to all, including outreach programming for students and educators, literary and writing workshops, dance master classes, musical and heritage presentations. The “4th Grade Readout” is an annual MOJA highlight, where 4th grade students from participating Charleston County Schools read a selected title – for 2023, A Day for Rememberin’ by Leah Henderson, which recounts the story of Decoration Day at Hampton Park – with the students receiving a hardback copy of the featured book to take home. Please consider making a Friends of MOJA contribution at whatever level you feel most comfortable ($50 individual; $150 small business suggested). Recurring monthly giving is also available. If you are not in a position to donate financially, we’re always looking for dedicated volunteers! Thank you for your continuing support.
The MOJA Arts Festival is produced and presented by the City of Charleston Office of Cultural Affairs, in partnership with the all-volunteer MOJA Planning Committee. The Festival is funded in part by grants from the City of Charleston, County of Charleston, and the South Carolina Arts Commission, which receives support from the National Endowment for the Arts, a federal agency. The Festival is also made possible by support from the following companies and organizations.