The Raffle supports SNAG’s Educational Endowment Fund.
SNAG’s 2018 raffle will be held during the MADE conference in Portland, Oregon, May 23-26, 2018.
Online raffle tickets sales have ended. Tickets can be purchased at the SNAG conference.
$20 each or six for $100. Credit cards only, no cash or checks. Drawing held at the conference. You do not need to be present to win.
Questions? Email firstname.lastname@example.org
2018 Prizes Include:
Rio Grande, Inc.
$250 gift certificate (four available as prizes)
Haystack Mountain School of Crafts
Certificate for complimentary space for one participant at Haystack Summer Conference, including room and board. Value: $850
Peters Valley School of Craft
A full tuition scholarship for a workshop up to five days in length, at Peters Valley School of Craft. Value TBA
Boris Bally Pentatrays
Pentatrays/recycled traffic signs (three available as prizes). Value: $255 each
Certificate for any 5, 4 or 2-day workshop and quad room housing at Pocosin Arts. Material fees are the responsibility of the recipient. Value: $657
Arrowmont School of Arts and Crafts
Tuition scholarship for one week or weekend. Value: up to $595
Pepetools, Inc – USA
90MM Combination Rolling Mill with 4:1 Reduction Gear Box. Made in the USA. Value: $500
Course credit certificate for any two- or three-day workshop at Metalwerx. Expires December 31, 2019. Value: $400-$525, depending on workshop chosen
$250 gift certificate good towards tools and equipment. Winner is responsible for shipping costs.
$250 gift certificate
Additional prizes may be added.
“The Educational Endowment Student Scholarship is more than a fund for purchasing tools and materials. It has fueled the fire beneath my feet, and pushes me forward. As a first generation college graduate, the opportunity to become a participant in the metals field was something I never dreamed would be possible. As a graduate student, I’ve had the incredible opportunity to piece together my identity as a maker, and receiving the Educational Endowment Scholarship has helped close the gap between those missing patches. I smith with greater confidence than I ever have before. I feel an incredible debt to the community that has made this scholarship possible, and hope to reciprocate their kindness through hard work, ethical citizenship, and the spread of education.” — Adam Atkinson, 2017 Educational Endowment Scholarship recipient
Online raffle ticket sales have ended. Tickets can be purchased at the 2018 SNAG conference in Portland.