ClaySpace has several distinct ways for you to help us provide education, programs and community outreach by Direct Donations, by Sponsorship or through Amazon’s “SMILE” program.
Your contribution helps us to expand our offerings and create opportunities. So please partner with ClaySpace to turn creative potential into fulfilling experiences and beautiful art.
Donations are used to acquire new equipment and supplies that enables us to contribute to the community by offering programs such as area art teachers’ amazing, hands-on workshops. Contributions allow upgrades to our gallery and marketing efforts to share local art and artists with the community and innovate and grow the creative landscape in Illinois.
Donations are also allocated to the Sarah Jo Hermanson Scholarship Fund that allows ClaySpace to provide ceramic classes to deserving local high school and college students.
All Direct donations are tax deductible. Once ClaySpace receives your donation, we will send you a donation acknowledgement letter for your tax records.
Memorial & Honor Gifts
Memorial gifts are a special way to acknowledge a friend or a loved one who has passed away. Honor gifts, similarly, are a meaningful way to mark special milestones – births, graduations, marriages, significant birthdays, holidays and more. Comfort a loved one or celebrate one of life’s many joys by donating to ClaySpace today. We will send the designated person a card without disclosing the amount donated.
Amazon Smile is a simple and automatic way for you to support ClaySpace every time you shop, at no cost to you. When you shop at smile.amazon.com, you’ll find the exact same low prices, vast selection and convenient shopping experience as Amazon.com, with the added bonus that Amazon will donate a portion of the purchase price to ClaySpace. Simply select ClaySpaceNFP as your recipient for the Amazon donation.
We greatly appreciate your support. In the comments field, please indicate what your contribution should be applied to – General Operating Expenses, Sarah Jo Hermanson Scholarship, Special Project