Ways to Support

Your friendship supports the potential for us to produce our Annual Art Show, maintain our educational programs and plan special events.   Read below to discover the many ways that you can contribute to the Sanford Brush & Palette Club.  Thank you for all you do to support the arts and the SBPC!

Your support through Membership helps the SBPC present exhibitions, educational programs, and special events featuring the work of local artists.  Consider becoming a member or giving the gift of membership.   Contact us about gift memberships.

We love our patrons!  Their support is an important part of the success of our Annual Art Show.  As a Patron of the Arts, you will have a unique opportunity to view and purchase art before the show opens to the public. 

We invite you to become a Sponsor of our Annual Art Show and celebrate our member artists.  Your support will be showcased to our visitors as well as to all those who visit our website. 

Please consider giving a financial gift.  Monetary Donations enable us to continue our mission to make beneficial contributions in our community.  A commemorative or tribute gift is a meaningful way to recognize or remember friends, family or special occasions.  Donations are tax-deductible and may be directed to:  Sanford Brush & Palette Club, P.O. Box 4886, Sanford, NC  27331.

The SBPC appreciates In-Kind Donations such as art supplies and materials, art studio equipment, professional services, food and beverage for events and receptions, and other items that help us provide our programs.  If you have items that you’d like to donate to the SBPC, we’d love to hear from you.  

When you shop on smile.amazon.com, select the Sanford Brush Palette Club as your charitable organization and Amazon will donate a portion of the price of your eligible AmazonSmile purchases to support our programs.  Ask your friends and family members to do the same! 

Facebook is a great medium for staying connected.  We announce our events, offer a little show and tell and post information about the SBPC, our members and articles that may be of interest. If you see a post you enjoy, be sure to like it, leave a comment and share it with your friends. 

Title background artwork is “The Old West” by Barbara Berman