Support Our Cause
We are proud to serve 501(c)(3) non-profit organizations, offering low and no-cost community art programming through the Bee Mighty Initiative. Support our mission to bring the therapeutic benefits of art and mindfulness to our community! Whether you wish to donate your time or other resources, there are many ways you can contribute to Violet Hive's Bee Mighty Projects.
Violet Hive has committed 5% of proceeds to be donated through the Bee Mighty Initiative to provide therapeutic services individually or for low-cost group services.
Share Your Time FOR CREDIT
Masters Level Interns and Externs
Out interns are a big part of our team and ability to offer art therapy and therapeutic services and programming and the community. Submit your resume, statement of interest, and digital portfolio to email@example.com.
Share In-Kind: Donations
We accept donations of all kinds to support low cost programming for schools and other public programming. Examples of materials we often use are:
Paper: drawing, water color, printer and copier
Paint: house paint, acrylic, watercolor and craft
Tools: ceramics, paint brushes, scissors, knitting needles, crochet needles, sewing needles, and machines
Crafting: beads, feathers, old costume jewlery, glue, modgepodge, magazines, wood boxes, pipe cleaners, patterned paper, fabric swatches, fabric, thread, yarn, crochet thread.
And much more -- feel free to contact us!
Share Resources: Financial Contributions & Grants
We use several vetted Partner Organizations to help patrons support us.
CrowdRise: CrowdRise is a for profit crowdfunding platform that uses crowdsourcing to raise charitable donations.
Shop on Amazon, through AmazonSmile
AmazonSmile is a website operated by Amazon with the same products, prices, and shopping features as Amazon.com. The difference is that when you shop on AmazonSmile, the AmazonSmile Foundation will donate 0.5% of the purchase price of eligible products to the charitable organization of your choice.
*Update: We will be dissolving our 501(c)(3) nonprofit 12/31/2018 but will continue to support 501(c)(3) nonprofit organizations through partnerships.