What is an “In-Kind” Donation?
An in-kind donation is a form of charitable giving in which, instead of giving money to fund a needed good or service, the good or service itself is given.
There are many ways to show support. Donating items, from technology, to supplies, to well-loved but out-of-use objects, is one of them. Gateway happily accepts a selection of in-kind donations. Gateway artists re-imagine everyday objects, transforming them into new and unique works of art.
First, to determine the acceptability of your donation, please contact Bil Thibodeau at firstname.lastname@example.org. We do not accept donations at the door.
The following list is to give you an idea of the kinds of items we may accept.
Happy to accept:
- Nontoxic paints and inks
- Frames that are sturdy and in good shape (no glass)
- Heavyweight paper
- Matte board
- String, yarn, and large fabric scraps
- Windows with wood frames in good shape
- Wood in good shape
- Fiberboard and press board
- Foam core
- Heavyweight wallpaper
Unable to Accept:
- House paint of any type
- Toxic materials of any kind, including paints
- Styrofoam packing materials
- Greeting cards
We welcome certain donations of service and performance, especially from musicians for our events.