Holiday Giving: 3 Ways to Support SP

By SP Staff
Nov 17, 2017

This holiday season, giving to Studio Potter gives back to ceramics artists in your community, and world wide.  Here are a few ways to offer your support:

Gift a Membership1) GIFT SUBSCRIPTIONS:  Through December 15th, give the gift of Studio Potter journal to your favorite potter, and we'll ensure our current issue and a free back issue show up at their home before Dec. 25th. After your order, we'll contact you to arrange a special note card with your personal greeting! Give here: studiopotter.org/membership/give-a-gift-membership

2) AMAZON SMILE:  Do all your holiday shopping through smile.amazon.com with Studio Potter as your designated charity, and Amazon donates a small percentage of each sale to us at no additional cost to you! Register here: https://smile.amazon.com and input "The Studio Potter A Non Profit Corporation" as your selected charity. 

3) DONATE:  As an independent non-profit publisher, about 70% of our operations budget comes from your membership. We rely heavily on individual donations, fundraisers (such as the annual Akarclay Yunomi Sale program), and underwriting support to keep us afloat.  100% of our revenue goes back into serving the ceramics community. Please consider giving a little extra to bolster our efforts (fully tax-deductible; we are a registered 501(c)(3) organization!), or become a member today! 

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