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We want to get the word out about causes that matter. To do this, we are giving away stickers, paid for at cost by donations. Part of that cost is a royalty that can be kept or donated to causes.
Right now we are looking for art that falls under a number of categories including, Black Lives Matter, Protesting, LGBTQ+, Environmental Justice and other topics that are progressive in nature.
While we accept all standard artwork formats, we recommend uploading vector artwork when possible. Otherwise we recommend that your artwork be at least 300 pixels per inch.
We hope to work with local printhouses when possible. But will be starting with
StickerMule die cut stickers. They have sticker
templates that can be used. Know that we may need to adjust the sticker or cut lines from what you provide but will try not to change the image in doing so.
Stickers should be 9 sq in in area, so 3"x3", 2"x4.5" or 1"x9" or smaller
Stickers must be of good taste and not promote hate speech or descrimination. We reserve the right to take images down for whatever reason.
We may also sell stickers on Etsy or other platforms to help cover the costs of of the program and buy more stickers.
How to Get Started
If you are interested in participating, please submit your art to
firstname.lastname@example.org from there I will add you to the GiveMore Slack where you will be able to discuss things with our artist community.
You maintain your copyright.
We get the right to use the graphics for stickers and for marketing purposes until 30 days after you request that we take it down via email.
You get 10% of the funds raised directly for your sticker in the form of pledge fund balance. With this amount you can direct who GiveMore gives the funds to. You can even direct it to your own projects. In order for the recipient to receive the funds, they must match the amount by other donations. This may seem a little involved, but it is a powerful tool for causes to engage their community and in the end allows them to raise more.
We have also decided to allow artists to cash out their earned royalties that they haven't already directed to a cause, less the transfer fee that Stripe charges. Balances should be at least $10 before requesting a payout and tax forms may be required as well.