The annual Art Bundle for Good collection is a great opportunity to promote your art classes to tens of thousands of artists and it costs nothing to participate. The best part is that you’ll also be helping to raise money for Courageous Kitchen, a bootstrapped charity helping refugees and marginalised youth in Bangkok.
The fourth Art Bundle for Good is coming this November. The deadline for submissions is 15 October 2019, so there is still time to submit your art courses and resources.
What is the Art Bundle for Good?
The Art Bundle for Good is a massive collection of online art classes and other resources like ebooks all bundled together for a 98% discount with 25% of profits donated to a worthy charity. Last year, there were 100 art classes and art products worth over $4000.
What are the benefits of contributing?
The Art Bundle for Good is a win-win-win for everyone.
- Purchasers get a fantastic deal on a diverse range of art courses and resources. For the cost of only a couple of typical art classes, they will receive dozens of valuable courses from a diverse range of artists.
- Contributors have their classes promoted to tens of thousands of artists. As a contributor, you’ll also have an opportunity to receive generous affiliate commissions on all the Art Bundles you sell to your own audience.
- We are raising money for a great charity supporting some of the most marginalized in the world. As little as $100 per month can keep a family off the streets in Thailand and save their children from human trafficking, the sex trade, and other unimaginable horrors. We’ve already raised US $36,700 but this is only the beginning.
The Art Bundle for Good is a chance to make a difference in the lives of disadvantaged children, promote your work to a large audience and make some great affiliate commissions for very little work. There is no cost to participate, you just have to contribute an online art resource like a course or ebook.
Who are the other artists contributing?
Every year the Art Bundle is fortunate to have many of the top online artists and companies like ArtWeb.com participate. This year it will include Tamara Laporte, Matt Fussell, Malcolm Dewey, PencilKings and many more. Last year, there were 65 contributors and it should be even bigger this year.
If you are interested in contributing or have any questions, please contact John (at) bundlesforgood (dot) com. Remember, the submission deadline is 15 October 2019.
What previous contributors have said
“I loved being part of the Art Bundle! Its success was far beyond what I expected. I had countless new students sign up for my art classes and made some great affiliate commissions. Feedback from students who bought the bundle was great; they shared how excited they were about the wonderful & varied offers in the bundle! I’ll contribute again in a heartbeat.” – Tamara Laporte – WillowingArts.org
“I have absolutely loved being a part of the Art Bundle for Good! I see this collaboration as a total win-win situation, being able to help out with various charities and making great commissions! I have also increased my mailing list and received sign-ups for my other classes after new students found me via the bundle! I’m excited to participate again whenever it is offered!” – Tracy Verdugo – TracyVerdugo.com
“I had a lot of interest in my courses from the last one, and my email list has grown substantially, so we are all winners, including your charity.” – Andy Walker – AndyWalkerArt.com
“It was great to be part of the bundle. The affiliate commissions were great, but more importantly, we gained more exposure, and have made many new connections we wouldn’t have otherwise been able to.” – Mitch Bowler – PencilKings.com
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