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The Arts are Essential. Donate Now.

Now more than ever, we need your support to stay afloat! Your financial support directly funds our admission free exhibits, education programs, keeps our hotshop going, helps pay our facility costs, and more.

Like many other non-profits, we closed our doors from March-June. Despite being physically closed, we continued our mission. We pivoted and began offering online art classes, moved education programs online and provided remote support to justice involved youth. We held a chalk art contest and hosted a virtual exhibit featuring daily videos from local artists. This summer we reopened with our acclaimed American Graffiti exhibit and summer mural projects. We even reorganized our beloved Float Find creating an inclusive, safe, month long event.

The closure meant we lost thousands of dollars in retail sales, class fees, hot shop rentals and more. Many grants and sponsors we rely on are no longer able to fund our programs. Despite being currently open, we are operating at a small fraction of what we normally do. We remain committed to providing essential arts programming to our community but we need your support to continue.

Please help keep the Schack afloat by giving today. 

To learn more about our mission and programs, please visit this page.

Schack Art Center (Arts Council of Snohomish County) is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization. All donations are tax-deductible to the full extent provided by law. EIN:23-7438061

Matching Gifts

You can double your donation to Schack Art Center with a matching gift. Many companies support non-profits by matching employee contributions. Some also match retired employee contributions. If your employer has a Matching Gifts Program, please contact your personnel office and let them know you support Schack Art Center. They will provide you with the appropriate form.

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