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If you value the arts as much as we at Shunpike do, please SPRING INTO ACTION and help us reach our $10,000 goal. Your donation, no matter how big or small, helps us cultivate and grow our arts community for the benefit of everyone.

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Shunpike offers donors a way to reach and support many smaller arts groups all at once. Make a gift today, and make an impact on our cultural community.

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Major Supporters

Shunpike’s programs have won the support and partnership of major funders such as The Paul G. Allen Family Foundation, The Seattle Foundation and the National Endowment for the Arts.

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Donate to a Member Fund

More than 100 arts groups and projects can receive tax-deductible donations as part of Shunpike’s fiscal sponsorship program. Find instructions on how to donate to one of Shunpike’s member groups.

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How It Works

Learn more about how your donation reaches arts groups in our fiscal sponsorship program.

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PHOTO BY ELIZA S. RANKIN | PREPPING A STOREFRONTS SEATTLE VENUE WITH ARTIST JOHN FLEMING
“I have, over the years, seen how Shunpike’s support of emerging artists has invigorated the Seattle performing arts community. I have utilized Shunpike’s programs to help raise funds for my own work, and it is fitting that I give back.
In addition, I have oriented dozens of Cornish grads to what Shunpike offers, and it is gratifying to know that an organization like Shunpike exists to serve in the way it does.”

- David Taft, Cornish College of the Arts Professor in Theatre and Shunpike Board member

 

“Donating to Shunpike is important to me because they support such a large swath of our arts community. Having worked in scrappy non-profit arts, I know very well the value of the services that Shunpike provides these groups. I appreciate that we have a stabilizing force like Shunpike behind so many great art organizations in our region.”

- Dr. Scott Carnz, Dean of Academic Affairs at The Art Institute of Seattle