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Please make a tax-deductible donation today and invest in SNAG’s future.

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Thank you!

We are deeply grateful to every single supporter and partner. Your contribution reflects the importance you place on services that SNAG provides to its members and to the entire jewelry and metals community, and gives SNAG the support it needs to continue serving the field. 100% of our board of directors made SNAG a priority in their annual giving.

Tax Deductible

Your tax-deductible donation in any amount will help SNAG in its mission to advance the art of jewelry and metalsmithing through its programs and publications, and will assure its financial strength.

The Society of North American Goldsmiths is a nonprofit public educational organization exempt from income, gift and estate taxes under the 501(c)(3) section of the Internal Revenue Code.

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Give Monthly

Sign up to give automatically each month! Just select this option when filling out the donation form above or contact SNAG at 541-345-5689.

Monthly support makes a difference! Recurring monthly contributions are instrumental in providing reliable, sustainable revenue for SNAG allowing us to move initiatives forward and plan for the future.

By Mail

If you prefer to mail your donation please send it to: SNAG, PO Box 1355, Eugene, OR 97440 USA

By Phone

If you prefer to make a credit card donation by phone, just call us at 541-345-5689.

Planned Giving

Help SNAG by donating cash as well as appreciated securities, bonds and real estate, life insurance, and a deferred gift in your will or codicil.

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SNAG has allowed me to meet people who are dedicated to the same thing as me. I have gained a lot of knowledge by interacting with other artists. As an artist, I am convinced that I must nurture my creativity and be aware of trends and new technologies that are being used in the field. SNAG has allowed to be aware and also to interact with artists and their pieces. In this way, every time I am at my studio I try to experiment and apply the techniques that I just learned and get out of my comfort zone.

Gabriela Alvarado

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