WE APPRECIATE YOU
Your support brings people together to create, learn, and use the power of the press to amplify new voices.
Consider becoming a monthly donor! It helps Partners in Print plan ahead, and is a convenient way to make a real impact at a level that’s affordable for you.
Donate Via Mail
If you’d like to make a gift by check, please make it out to “Shunpike” with “Partners in Print” in the memo line, and mail to:
PO Box 22439
Seattle, WA 98122
Donate Via Donor Advised Fund or IRA
Instruct your financial institution to donate to “Shunpike” (EIN: 91-2138554), with a note to designate funds to “Partners in Print”. To be sure that Shunpike directs the funds to PiP, please let us know that you have made a DAF or IRA donation.
Double Your Donation
Many employers sponsor matching gift programs that will match charitable contributions made by their employees. To double or even triple the impact of your donation, contact your company’s human resources department for more information.
Actively growing our circle of partners ensures the success and longevity of our programming. While we’ll always need the basics like paper and ink, gifts of time and talent are just as valuable.
Donor Benefit Levels*
Kelsey: $120+ annually
Give one-time or $10+ monthly and receive a Partners in Print lapel pin.
Golding Pearl: $240+ annually
Give one-time or $20+ monthly and receive all the benefits of above, plus a set of six limited-edition letterpress printed note cards.
Chandler & Price: $600+ annually
Give one-time or $50+ monthly and receive all the benefits of above, plus a limited-edition letterpress print.
Vandercook: $1200+ annually
Give one-time or $100+ monthly and receive all the benefits of above, plus a 3-hour printing session with a member of the Leadership Team, or a poster that we’ll print for you from afar.
Heidelberg: $2400+ annually
Give one-time or $200+ monthly and receive all the benefits of above, plus a custom class for you and an intimate group of your friends, either in-person or virtual.
*Our donor benefit levels are named after brands of historical printing presses.