SUPPORT PAC

How To Donate:

 

Step1:

Click here to make a secure online donation to PAC through the SDSU secure donation page.

 

Step 2:

Select or enter your gift amount

 

Step 3:

Select your gift frequency and enter your contact information

 

Step 4:

Follow the steps to billing information and review, and submit!
 

All gifts to Prison Arts Collective are administered by The Campanile Foundation, a 501(c)(3) auxiliary organization of San Diego State University. The Tax I.D. number is 33-0868418. 

95% of your donation will go directly to PAC, enabling us to provide vital arts programming to thousands of individuals inside CA state prisons. Donations to Prison Arts Collective are tax-deductible.  

 

Your company might match your donation to PAC. When you make an online donation, you will have the option to search and select your employer right from the donation page.

 


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Join Us:

Our growth is organic by design and we welcome ideas, partnerships, and collaborations as we continue to evolve to meet the needs and interests of our institutional and community partners. We welcome anyone interested in our work to reach out to us and see how you can become involved!

In this section, you can find resources for current and interested students, staff, and volunteers, including a volunteer application and links to current staff openings. You can also learn how to support our work and contact us for information.

 

How you can help at this time:

  1. Follow PAC on social media and sign up for our newsletter to support and stay connected!

  2. Help connect PAC to partners that support communities who are system-impacted and/or want to host a monthly Project Alice workshop.

  3. Spread the word (or contribute as a guest artist!) about our Outside-Inside podcast and video programs to those that might benefit from hearing the stories or sharing the instructional videos.

 

 

Please contact prisonartscollective.info@gmail.com for questions about joining or donating. ​