Sustain Us

6914938985_160e405c73_oWe believe we add an important component to the fabric of life and we hope you do too! Help us continue bringing incredible low cost “No one turned away because of lack of funds” performances by making a donation or becoming a sustaining donorHelp keep arts accessible, and keep artists working!

For the past 21 years we have relied on our community to support the work that we do. We are not a non-profit, and we don’t receive public funds.  Ticket sales, residencies, and fundraisers are the largest sources of funding for Paperhand. These funds help pay for  fabric, paint, and rent, and help us pay our many puppeteers, musicians, interns, technicians, and artists, and much more.

WE ARE PEOPLE POWERED – no amount is too small.

THANK YOU for keeping Paperhand Puppet Intervention alive and thriving!



If you don’t know… WE NEED YOU!

Become a sustaining patron of Paperhand today! Your monthly donation of as little as $1 a month helps us operate and pay artists year-round.  Energy we’d normally spend fundraising can go toward developing our shows, reaching more communities, and telling more stories that heal, unite, and inspire.

Please visit our PATREON page and give today.

Options to Donate

option #1: Tax Deductible Studio Rental Donation

Help Paperhand continue to reside in our incredible art studio in Saxapahaw!

"The Painted Bird" 2014Make your Studio Rent Donation check payable to: Saxapahaw Community Chest. This our property-owner’s non-profit group. Write Paperhand Puppet Intervention in the memo and mail to:

Saxapahaw Community Chest
1616 Jordan Dr
Saxapahaw, NC 27340

EIN: 56-6055790

Nonprofit Tax Code Designation: 501(c)(3)

option #2: General Donation, NOT tax deductible

Help Paperhand provide for the necessities to create our art! Paint, lumber, fabric, etc.

"Listen to the Sky" 2002

2 Options to make a General Donation

1) Use Paypal

2) Send a Personal Check to:

Paperhand Puppet Intervention

6530 Whitney Rd.

Graham, NC 27253

Thank YOU.

"Invisible Earth" 2013. Photo by Lee Capps

“Invisible Earth” 2013. Photo by Lee Capps