We know how hard nonprofits have to work. And we are here to support you in offering your organization our high quality, hand-made, authentic artistry. Whether you purchase items for your conference attendees, to raffle, to sell as a fundraiser or special gifts for your honorees, we are eager to work with you.
Here are some products for your consideration. If you have any new ideas, we would be happy to discuss how we can make that happen!
Ok, be honest. How many of you have tote bags from conferences in your closet that are more than 2 years old? We never understood putting all that writing on it with the date, the city, the hotel....it isn't advertising since you don't get the bag til you check in....it becomes obsolete after the conference....and where is that bag made?
Let's break that cycle and keep jobs on the reservation. Lets have totes that are useful for years after, something stylish, something Native made.
[Any opinions expressed are solely the owner's] lol
This is one style. Heavy commercial grade twill, lined with premium quilting cotton with a wood grain pattern. There is a large pocket on one side with 2 sections, one big enough for a smart phone and the other wide enough for all those pens you pick up from the display tables! Strong woven straps for easy shoulder carry or hand carry. We will stylize your logo image to stitch in heavy cotton thread on both sides of the tote. This would be Faye Lone's special attention as your designer. Acronyms can be embroidered as well. Make great gifts if you have people waiting back home saying, "did you bring me anything?" Why, yes, you brought this designer tote!
Fundraiser? Sure! I can sell these for you on my website and the profits (around 30%) come back to you as donations. (That should keep your accountants happy, too.)
Ahem, NCAIED, this one is available.
Raffle item... Honoring gift... Commission an art quilt from Faye Lone. NAFOA raffled tickets at their regional 2-day conference, under 300 attendees and raised $2,500 for their scholarship fund. Faye went overboard, making this a King size, but 48" by 48" wall hanging size would be the norm.