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We care about your personal involvement in what we do.
Whether we’ve met you at a zine reading, an exhibition, a workshop, or other event, we are working hard to meet your needs for creating, telling your unique stories, and learning new skills.
Your contributions mean the world to us and all of the people we serve through workshops, open hours access to printmaking facilities, and access to our library of 2500+ handmade publications. Your support ensures that we can continue to provide access to this one-of-a-kind library as well as to low-cost workshops and studio space.
Your donation to The Soapbox is tax deductible!
Support your local printmaking, book arts, and self-publication center with a gift to our 501(c)3 organization.
Your monthly donation in any amount qualifies you for Member rates on workshops as a SOAPBOX SUPPORTER.
Your contributions help us to expand our equipment and supply offerings, house and store our library of handmade publications, and offer exciting events. We also accept in-kind donations of supplies and equipment, as well as donations of zines and artist books for our library.
Moving? On hiatus from a screenprinting hobby? Looking to get rid of that bag of wood type? The Soapbox welcomes donations of all kinds for its studio. We are especially interested in materials and equipment related to printmaking, bookbinding, and zine making, but are also open to other supplies and tools that might be put to use by our members. You can view our wish list here. Please email us a brief description of what you would like to donate to the studio, and if your donation meets our needs and space requirements, we can arrange a drop off time that is convenient for you.
The Zine Library operates on the basis of donations, in the form of money, time and zines. If you are interested in volunteering, please contact us and let us know. If you are interested in donating zines, you can find more information on our Zine Donation page. We are also interested in donations of archival supplies to help protect our unique collection.