The Charles Surendorf II Art Foundation operates on the generous support of people - their time, their ideas, their galleries/schools/etc., and more. If you would like to support the Foundation with a financial contribution, the directors, students, parents, teachers, supporters, art lovers, historians, artists, and many more greatly appreciate it.
The Charles Surendorf II Art Foundation is a 501(c)3 organization. Your donations are tax deductible.
Donate in Person
Please go to any Wells Fargo Bank Branch and tell them you want to donate to the Charles Surendorf II Art Foundation. They will process your donation at the bank.
Donate by Mail
Send your check to:
Charles Surendorf II Art Foundation
10649 NE 13th Ave. #70
Portland, OR 97211
Please note if your $150.00 donation is for the Student Workshop program. All donations of $150.00 not so noted will go into our general donation fund.
NOTE: To protect our generous supporters, all monetary donations you make are processed through a secure transaction service hosted by our financial institution. We do not process financial data on this site. No financial related data is collected on this web site.
Your online donations are protected transactions.
We have different levels of donation. Please choose. And thank you. America's students will benefit from your generous gift.
Donate $250.00 or more and we will send you a gift of thanks - the book Hobos to Street People by Art Hazelwood, in which two pieces of Charlie Surendorf's art are presented. Simply click on the button below.
Other Donation Levels
|If you want...||Donation Type||Amount||Click to Process|
|...to offer a simple, quick donation of $25.00...||Basic Donation||$25.00|
|...to support our workshops and allow the Foundation to supply the school material...||Scholarship Donation||$150.00|
|...to donate any amount you choose for the ongoing work of the foundation...||Open Donation||Your
Other Ways to Donate
- Call the Foundation at 209-694-5344 for information.
- Go to any Wells Fargo Bank branch and ask to donate to the Charles Surendorf II Art Foundation.