Clay transforms lives. Your gift to Clay Art Center helps keep the arts thriving in our community, and puts clay in the hands of people who need it most.
Whether you’d like to make a one-time gift, become a member of CAC, or sponsor a child, your gift will make an indelible impact on the lives of many. Thank you for your support--we wouldn’t be here without the incredible generosity of our members and supporters!
Clay Art Center is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, so your donation is tax-deductible to the extent permitted by law. And if your employer (or spouse’s employer) offers a matching gift program, you can sometimes double (or even triple) the impact of your gift. Please check with your employer for more information.
Donate to a Specific Program
Designate your dollars. Donate directly to the program you are most passionate about using the links below.
Become a Member
When you become a member, you not only help support all of our activities, you become a member of our thriving art community. Members receive special benefits like class discounts, early access to events and more.
Donate to the Audrey Greenwald Memorial Equipment Fund
Donations to this fund are used to make capital improvements to Clay Art Center, or for the purchase of studio equipment.
Support the Barbara Rittenberg Residency Artist Fund
Donations to this fund support the Barbara Rittenberg Residency, a program that brings emerging artists to Clay Art Center and gives them time and space to develop their creative voices.
More Ways to Give
Attend our Annual Event, Hand-in-Hand
Every fall Clay Art Center comes together to honor individuals who have made contributions to the field of ceramics and our community. It’s an evening of celebration that you won’t want to miss!
Check back soon for 2017 event information!
Your Q4 contributions to Clay Art Center make an incredible impact--year-end donations help us finalize our operational budgets and plan for great things in the coming year! And since CAC is a 501(c)3 organization, your donation can be deducted (to the fullest amount allowable by law) on your taxes.