CultureStrike is committed to transforming society through art and culture so that we can all live in a more just world. These upcoming years will be very challenging - whether it's climate change, women's rights, immigrant detention, racial justice work, LGBQ rights, TGN (Trans and gender non conforming), and disability justice. We know that our communities will need art and culture to create a safer and more inclusive society. 

Invest in our unique cultural strategy with a tax-deductible donation today.  Or better yet, become a monthly sustainer to show your support all year long!

Your donation will help us commission new pieces of work, expand our mobile studio, develop curriculums, and venture into artistic disciplines that we have yet to tap into (such as theater and performance art, film, etc.). Support social change artists today.

Any amount will help us greatly!

We are offering a special gift for your donation in these three tiers below:


1. $50 donation

Supporters who make a one-time contribution of $50 will receive our flagship "Migration Is Beautiful" 18"x24" full color poster, designed by renown Oakland artist Favianna Rodriguez. This iconic piece, originally developed in 2012, has served as a platform to combat negative narratives directed at migrants from around the world. It has served to remind us all that migrants are courageous beautiful people and they must be revered and honored as such. 

2. $250 donation

Originally hand-painted by muralist Jess X Chen for our "Until We Are All Free" project, donors who support us with a one-time donation of $250 will receive an 18"x24" giclée print of this breathtaking piece. Printed on 100% cotton, acid-and-lignin-free paper, the vibrant colors and the dreamy detail of this magnificent piece will have you looking within as you lose yourself amidst the various blue hues and yearn to fly over all borders, free as a colibri.

3. $500 donation

Entitled "Love and Dignity: Beyond Bars and Borders," this masterpiece was created by Favianna Rodriguez for the "Manifest Justice" art exhibit in June, 2015. The original canvas features a beautiful collage of stunning multicolored cutouts layered with a woodblock print for a piece that measures 4 feet by 8.5 feet, making it one of Favianna's largest and most ambitious pieces to date. For the first time ever, we offer a high-quality 18"x31" giclée print of this spectacular composition to all supporters who make a one-time donation of $500. This print is currently unavailable for purchase.


How To Receive Your Gift:

To receive a copy of any of the above prints, please click on the "DONATE" button:


You will be taken to a PayPal screen, where you will be prompted to enter the amount that you'd like to offer as a contribution.


Enter the amount corresponding to the print that you'd like to receive from above: $50, $250, or $500. 

You can donate using your PayPal account (if you have one) or with a card.

Prior to completing your donation, make sure to click on the box that allows PayPal to share your mailing address with CEL Education Fund (our fiscal sponsor). This is so that we know where to ship your print.

Please allow 2-3 weeks for your piece to arrive (as it's the holiday end-of-the-year season). We won't be able to fulfill donations that come in after December 10, 2016 until January 5th of 2017.


Donate By Check

Please make checks out to our fiscal sponsor CELEF, write CultureStrike in the memo line, then send to:

CultureStrike/CEL Education Fund
1330 Broadway
3rd Floor
Oakland, CA 94612

Take Note: Our programmatic work is strengthened through partnership with CEL Education Fund (CELEF). As a participant in the CELEF Powerful Communities program, CultureStrike receives intensive support in organizational development, including strategic planning, coaching and mentorship, facilitation, operations, and fundraising support; their 501(c)3 fiscal sponsorship of our work provides comprehensive legal, fiscal, and governance stability.

A Message from CultureStrike Executive Director Sham-e-Ali Nayeem

"It is through art and culture that we are able to shift our collective consciousness and transform this grim political climate we find ourselves in. There is a significant cost our communities pay when we are not the ones uplifting our own truths. We have a tremendous opportunity to strengthen our creative alliances and shift cultural narratives that harm us. I invite us all to imagine the kind of world we wish to see and assert the safety and dignity of our communities." Donate Now!