Greg Angle, an executive in the health care industry with more than 30 years of experience, has held board positions in various faith-based and investor-owned nonprofit organizations. Before accepting his role as HCA Mountain Division President, and when working in Southern California, Greg Angle was a member of the board of trustees of the Alliance for the Arts in Thousand Oaks, California, which supports the Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza through outreach programs and funding.
Upon becoming a member of Alliance for the Arts, individuals are given the ability to influence the arts through a variety of membership plans. Membership levels start with supporter, which costs $50 a year and provides members with discounts to local restaurants and performances, advanced invitation to events, and online account management.
For $20 a month, individuals become contributors and have the added benefits of early entrance to the theater and the option of sending a total of four children to Kids and the Arts, a program that sponsors trips to live theater performances. Members can also become patrons for $50 a month, earning meet-and-greets with performers and donor wall recognition, or builders for $100 a month, gaining VIP concierge services and reserved seating at performances.
Volunteers help with everything from office work to special events and serving on the board of directors. The organization also maintains an online donation system that accepts transactions through PayPal while allowing donors to support a program of their choice.