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Every gift counts! Large or small, every gift has a tremendous impact on our programs!

Whether you’re counting the number of bowls fired in our kilns or the number of people who come to Craft Alliance every year—craft makes a real difference in the quality of life for the 50,000+ people who visit Craft Alliance and experience our programs each year, and for our whole community. When you support Craft Alliance, you make craft possible in St. Louis!

Can we count you in? Make a contribution of $5, $50, $500 or more, and know that you keep pottery wheels spinning, weaving shuttles flying, and torches burning.


Other ways to support Craft Alliance Center of Art + Design 

Matching Gifts

Many employers are happy to match your donations to 503(c) nonprofits? When combined with your gift, these matches can double your contribution! Don’t forget, employers can also match your Membership dues!

In-Kind Donations

If you have items that you wish to donate or you would like to purchase items on behalf of Craft Alliance, please give us a call and we would be happy to help. 


Looking for an easy way to give? Sign up for the Amazon Smile program here. You shop, Amazon gives!

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Schnucks eScrip

Pick up a "My Schnucks Card" at any Schnucks store, register for eScrip, and Schnucks will automatically give to Craft Alliance every time you make a purchase! 

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Estate Planning

A planned gift, or bequest, provides benefits year after year to Craft Alliance and invests in the future of St. Louis’s only center dedicated to craft. There are a variety of ways to include Craft Alliance in your estate planning. If you have included us in your estate plans we would love to acknowledge your generous gift, but we will respect wishes to remain anonymous. 

Stock Gifts

Making a gift of stock?

Stock Procedures

Tax Deductible Giving

The newly-passed Protecting Americans From Tax Hikes Act of 2015 retroactively reinstates the law that allowed individuals to make tax-free charitable gifts from an IRA. It had expired at the end of 2014.