Beyond the Bottom Line

Giving Tuesday encompasses the spirit of giving more than any other single day throughout the year. Giving isn’t necessarily always financially based. There are many different ways to give back to organizations in our community. Take a few moments to learn about the ways you can give to The Arts Partnership that don’t always come from your pocketbook.

In-kind donations

Tax-deductible gifts come in many shapes and sizes, The Arts Partnership accepts an array of in-kind donations throughout the year. Whether it is for operational uses (paper towels, water, paper products) or for our programs like Youtheatre (costumes, paint, food) TAP can benefit from your in-kind donations.


TAP thrives on critical support from its volunteers. Having only four full-time staff members, TAP requires a large number of volunteers to pull off its large-scale summer events, Performing Arts Series events, and Youtheatre rehearsals and performances. Contact event director, Sarah Foltz to learn more about volunteer opportunities or visit our sign up genius page.

Donate by Shopping

Yes, that’s right. You can donate to TAP by shopping. We have partnered with Kroger and AmazonSmile so that you can donate by making your everyday purchases. Log on to Kroger Community Rewards and select The Arts Partnership. Whenever you shop with your Kroger Rewards Card, a portion of you purchase is given to TAP. You will have to sign up again after one year.

You can also shop through AmazonSmile. It’s exactly the same as Amazon but a portion of your purchases will be donated back to TAP. All you have to do is select the The Arts Partnership the first time you sign in.


Remember to keep The Arts Partnership in mind on Giving Tuesday. We rely on critical support from local businesses and community members like to educate, enrich and entertain the Greater Hancock County.