You have a hand in keeping craft alive.
Craft helps us find the common threads that are shared by all humans. It helps us understand and embrace our similarities—and our differences. The American Craft Council celebrates and uplifts the broad diversity of American craft and the artists who build American culture and create pathways between people.
With the support of our community, including supporters like you, we advance the value of craft as a cultural icon, connect artists to each other and to collectors, and lift the themes that bind us to one another—with our quarterly magazine, our vibrant website, social media, online and place-based craft weeks, and more. Our Library & Archives also preserve the history of American craft for current and future research and study.
Now, more than ever, craft matters.
Make a donation to support our nonprofit mission
Prefer to send a check?
Please make your check payable to "American Craft Council" and mail to the following address:
American Craft Council—446097
P.O. Box 64869
St. Paul, MN 55164-0869
As a "thank you" to our donors...
ACC supporters of $100 or higher will receive recognition in our Annual Report.
Supporters of $1,000 or higher will be invited to the Inspired Circle. In addition to recognition in the Annual Report, donors at this level will be recognized in one issue of American Craft magazine at their giving level and be invited to our '"Coffee With the Director" events—engaging, insider conversations with ACC leadership.
Supporters of $5,000 or higher will be invited to the Visionary Circle and will receive all of the above-mentioned benefits, and their names will be listed in four issues of American Craft magazine.
Other Ways To Give
Learn more about giving in the form of stock, mutual funds, and other securities or investing in ACC with a planned gift via your estate plan or retirement account.
If you have questions about giving to ACC, please contact development director Judy Hawkinson at 612-206-3125 or [email protected].
ABOVE: 2020 ACC artist in residence Maggie Thompson of Makwa Studio. Portrait by Jaida Grey Eagle. Cawl photo by Carina Lofgren.