The Ink Shop is a federally-recognized 501C3 not-for-profit organization, and a New York State Charity recognized by the state of New York. All donations at any level or amount are accepted and very much appreciated. All donations are also fully tax-exempt to the fullest extent of the law. Donations can made by check, cash, or credit card. Please let us know whether you have included the Ink Shop in your will, or would like to receive estate or gift planning information. Thank you so much for your support!
- Friend of the Ink Shop $100 guaranteed mailings for all Ink Shop events
- Patron $250 10% discount on workshops & print purchases
- Sustainer $500 15% discount on workshops & print purchases
- Benefactor $1000 20% discount on workshops & print purchases
- Angel $2500 25% discount on workshops & print purchases & 1 free print
We welcome individuals and businesses to help sponsor Ink Shop programs. We acknowledge all sponsors on all of our publicity materials and on our website. We encourage you to contact us about sponsoring any of the following programs:
Kahn Family Fellowship
School Programs for children K – 12
Though we hope to have paid staff in the near future, we currently operate on all volunteer help. The dedication of our volunteer staff help us to provide the services, programs, and professional studio we offer to the community. Your help is always welcome. You can help with our gallery openings, cleaning the studio, mailings, and other office projects. Contact us if you would like to volunteer.
Each year the Ink Shop organizes special events, sends appeal letters, and requests donations large and small throughout the year, in order to maintain the programs we offer the community. Your support is absolutely critical to our success. We rely on you to help us continue bringing first-rate exhibits, hands-on workshops, fellowships, internships, school programs, and special lectures and demonstrations. Your continued help and support is deeply appreciated.
The Ink Shop receives funding from the Community Arts Partnership of Tompkins County through the Decentralization Program.