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Ruder Ware Pledges Support to Confluence

Posted on December 14, 2015

Ruder Ware Law Firm and its attorneys have come together to pledge a collective gift of $150,000 to the Confluence Arts Center. 

The gift incorporates individual commitments from several attorneys in the firm, as well as a discount in the legal services Ruder Ware has provided the Confluence Project since its inception in 2011. In recognition of the long-time service and leadership of Attorney David Anderson, an area in the Confluence Arts Center will be named in his honor.  Anderson, an Eau Claire native and 1966 graduate of the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire, is the attorney who initially worked with Haymarket, LLC, on the early phases of the project. He served as Ruder Ware's Eau Claire office senior partner for years.

The Confluence Arts Center fundraising is closing in on the $11 million mark as the challenge campaign deadline to raise $500,000 to secure a $1 million gift moves closer. The $500,000 for $1 million campaign will end on December 31, 2015, and it has received more than $400,000 toward that goal. The overall fundraising goal for the Confluence Arts Center is to raise at least $13.5 million as part of a match for state, city and county commitments. A groundbreaking for the building is tentatively planned for late spring/early summer 2016.

Those wishing to make commitments in support of the “It’s Time” community campaign for the Confluence Arts Center should go to www.communityfortheconfluence.org.