The artist’s safety net is only as strong as the community that supports it. There are so many different ways to get involved and we invite you to consider them today.
Join with artists like Lisa Klakulak, who donated a portion of the proceeds from a special sale to support our COVID-19 Response Fund, and help us provide artists in need with resources to recover following a significant setback in their career.
Be Prepared Yourself
Prepare yourself and your studio ahead of a major disaster. Visit our Studio Protector today to get started!
Check in with craft artists that you know after a major disaster and let them know about our recovery resources and emergency relief grant program. You could also volunteer with a Voluntary Organization Active in Disaster (VOAD)
Shop to Give
Shop with AmazonSmile and a portion of each eligible purchase you make will be donated to CERF+ at no cost to you. Follow the link to learn more and sign up today!
CERF+’s Shop to Give does double duty, providing goods that delight, educate, and prepare; then using those funds to make sure that artists’ careers are stronger than ever. Click here to visit the shop.
The Possibilities are Endless
Need Some Ideas?
Here are a few of the creative ways our supporters have come up with to strengthen the artist’s safety net.
Heather McCall / Tiny Badger Ceramics
Donated all proceeds during a specific period of time to CERF+
Rio Grande’s Sweeps for CERF+ program collects precious metal “sweeps” from artists and then turns them into cash that is donated to CERF+.
Raised $58,972.44 since 2015
The Association of Clay and Glass Artists of California (ACGA)
Hosts an annual Clay & Glass Festival and raises funds for CERF+’s California Fund.
Raised $16,279.72 since 1998
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