Every generous dollar we receive inspires and strengthens our vibrant and growing creative community. The Durham Art Guild relies on individual and corporate donations, grants and fundraising events to support our annual operations and fulfill our mission.
All donations to DAG, a 501(c)(3) organization, are tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law.
Please consider making a one-time or recurring financial contribution to the Durham Art Guild today. We are also able to accept donations of stock if that is something that you are interested in coordinating with us. When you donate long-term publicly traded stock to DAG, you’ll generally take a tax deduction for the full fair market value. Please consult your advisor about how the tax rules apply to your contribution.
If you have further questions about giving or DAG’s specific funding needs please contact the Executive Director Katie Seiz. Thank you in advance for your generous support.
Donations can also be made via check and mailed to: Durham Art Guild, 120 Morris St. Durham, NC
Please indicate any funding allocations or dedications with your mailed donation. If you are willing, please share your phone number and email with the donation as well.
Here are just some of the ways your gift can connect, empower and enrich the community
$25 = supplies for one public exhibit reception celebrating a local artist’s unique creativity
$50 = a membership scholarship connecting one local artist to resources and opportunities
$100 = pays presenters for a professional development program and keeps registration free or nominal for local artists
$250 = one art supply budget for a Creative Mentorship Program student-mentor team to create
$500 = half of our Artist in Residence stipend to make their six-month project a reality
$1000+ = capacity building to dream much bigger this year and into the future
Durham Art Guild
The Durham Art Guild is a nonprofit member-driven visual arts organization established in 1948. The Guild’s mission is to enrich and connect our communities by creating opportunities and providing leadership for current and future visual artists and art enthusiasts.