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Ways you can give support The Society of Arts and Crafts

Your tax-deductible contribution will help to support the mission of The Society of Arts and Crafts. The Society is a unique non-profit organization with a model that combines elements typically associated with museums, galleries, large scale craft shows, and educational institutions. We serve a wide range of participants in the craft community with a variety of programs geared toward artists, craft school students, the general public (teen through senior citizen), and collectors.

To make a donation, please contact April Ranck at 617-266-1810 or

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Annual Fund
Gifts to the Annual Fund support the daily operations of the Society and help sustain the exhibition schedule and educational programs enjoyed by thousands of individuals each year. Annual Fund contributions provide critical, unrestricted support to our future.

Artist Awards Fund
Gifts to the Society of Arts and Crafts Artist Award Fund, support grants to New England craft artists. Every other year, an outside jury of professionals in the field selects three artists to receive $3,000 each and inclusion in our Artist Awards exhibition.

Herta Loeser Endowment Fund
A gift to the Loeser Endowment fund helps to ensure the Society’s future. Income from these invested funds is used for the endowed fund's restricted purpose, with the principal amount protected in perpetuity.

Other Ways to Give
If the Society of Arts and Crafts or contemporary craft is important to you or someone you know, consider including us in your estate planning. Gifts can also be made in honor or memory of a friend or loved one. Please contact April Ranck, 617-266-1810 ext. 16 or if you would like additional information on any of our funds or would like to make a special gift.

Annual Reports by year:
2009-2010 Annual Report
2010-2011 Annual Report
2011-2012 Annual Report
2012-2013 Annual Report
2013-2014 Annual Report

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