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Metalwerx works!  Regional, national, and international instructors, students, and studiomates alike benefit from one of the most fully equipped and dynamic schools and studios in the country.   Our operation, up to this point, has been funded primarily on tuition.  Metalwerx works so well that we have now reached the point of capacity with current funding.  In order to add enrichments, provide enhancements, additional curricula, and structural growth, additional layers of funding are necessary.  These include “small-batch” fundraisers planned throughout the years concurrent with day-to-day operations and longer term fundraising for the establishment of an endowment and for structural growth.  

There are several ways to donate directly to Metalwerx. Your contribution is tax deductible and supports the continuation of regular scholarships, a dynamic curriculum with world-class instructors and visiting artists, and allows us to provide top-notch equipment to students for the development of their skill-set, and keep current of cutting edge technologies.

Support community education, collaboration, and the advancement of jewelry and metal arts.

Annual Fund This essential fund aids with program support, instructor travel expenses, facilities maintenance and equipment needs, as well as student scholarships.
Equipment We appreciate gifts of new or gently used equipment and supplies to benefit our classroom and Studiomate area. Please contact us to discuss this type of contribution.
Scholarship Fund You can make a donation towards general scholarships, donate in someone’s name, or start a Scholarship fund in their honor. Donate Now to our general fund, or contact us personally to talk about what you would like to do.

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And help Metalwerx work harder! Of course, you can discuss any of these opportunities directly with our Executive Director, Lindsay Minihan.