Buy Art. Make a Difference.
Through The Impact Collective, anyone can purchase art and NFTs to support a nonprofit and an artist.
Our latest drop, below, was organized in partnership with the Understory Collective, which is a bridge between the Stanford community and the Karuk Tribe staff members to raise awareness of the benefits of prescribed fire.
Vikki Preston, of the Karuk tribe, created art pieces to raise awareness around her tribe’s environmental practice of prescribed burning. Proceeds will benefit the Karuk Tribe’s work to revitalize the traditional ecological knowledge, practice, and belief systems of Karuk people.
About the Karuk Tribe
To the Karuk Tribe, Fire is culture, and cultural burning is a way to uphold important traditions and cultivate a healthy, wildfire-resilient ecosystem within the mid-Klamath River region. The Karuk tribe has become one of the national leaders of the prescribed fire field by utilizing intergenerational practices tracing back since time immemorial.
Staff of the Karuk Tribe partnered with the Understory Collective to sell artwork as stickers, posters, and NFTs with all of the proceeds benefiting KDNR’s work to revitalize the traditional ecological knowledge, practice, and belief systems of Karuk people.
See Highlights from our Recent Drop for Amity Foundation
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Amity Foundation is a nonprofit dedicated to criminal justice reform and recidivism reduction.
Amity alum, faculty
About Amity Foundation
Founded in 1981 in Tucson, AZ, Amity Foundation is a California 501(c)3 non-profit organization that serves individuals, families, and children. Amity began as a therapeutic community and has evolved into a teaching community. Our mission is to foster personal growth, emotional literacy and social responsibility for our students, as well as improve their physical health through nutrition and wellness. These create the fertile ground for students’ success in gaining employment, housing, furthering education, and reuniting families.
How It Works
Proceeds from art purchased from The Impact Collective will support our partner nonprofits, such as the Understory Collective, Amity Foundation, and Second Chance. To expand access to contributing to these good causes, The Impact Collective’s marketplace accepts credit cards and cryptocurrency.
Physical art will be processed and shipped out within a week.
Digital art (NFTs) will be minted and put on the blockchain in 24 to 48 hours following your purchase, and then you will receive art in your Venly digital wallet. This one- to two-day turnaround helps reduce fees and increase the nonprofit’s share of proceeds. You are free to keep it, move it to any other wallet or sell it in our NFT ReSale Marketplace after the NFT is transferred to your Venly wallet.
Thank you for collecting art that reflects your values. Your impact is immediate, and your art is eternal.
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About The Impact Collective
The Impact Collective is the first-of-its-kind NFT marketplace. The Impact Collective empowers nonprofits to fundraise using NFTs and is the only one-stop-shop for nonprofits to produce, sell, and mint art while also highlighting the voices and talents of their clients. An NFT purchased through The Impact Collective’s accessible marketplace has an immediate and direct impact on a nonprofit.
In the News
Keep up to date on the latest news from The Impact Collective.
The Impact Collective to Launch the First of Its Kind NFT Marketplace for Nonprofits
The Impact Collective will launch the first-of-its-kind NFT marketplace with art provided by graduates of Second Chance.
KUSI Interview on Second Chance’s NFT Launch
Second Chance CEO Bill Payne talks about their life-saving programs and upcoming NFT drop with The Impact Collective on Good Morning San Diego on KUSI news.
KUSI Interviews CEO Bill Payne on Second Chance Program
KUSI news interviews CEO of Second Chance, Bill Payne, spotlighting their life-saving programs and the recent Art Day for their alumni, cohosted by The Impact Collective.