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Make a Donation

The Plastic Club is a non profit, all volunteer club run by artists for artists. Donations help support all of the club's activities; workshops, exhibitions, salons, movie nights, and maintenance of its almost 200 year old building. All donations, whatever the amount, are greatly appreciated and tax deductable.

General Donations, those that help with the daily operations of the Plastic Club,may be made by check, credit or debit card, or PayPal.

Checks should be made out to The Plastic Club, and sent to:

The Plastic Club
247 S. Camac St.
Philadelphia, PA 19107

or use this button to use PayPal or a credit/debit card for:

General Donations

The Plastic Club Art Studio and Gallery Fund

In the Spring of 2014, The Plastic Club Art Studio and Gallery Fund was created at the Philadelphia Foundation with money from the Estate of William H. Campbell, a long time member of the Club. The purpose of this fund is to establish a reliable, on going source of money for the club to help insure its longevity. The fund is administered by the Philadelphia Foundation. If you chose to donate to this fund, you must do so through the Philadelphia Foundation. The following link takes you to the Plastic Club's donation page on the Philadelphia Foundation's web site: The Plastic Club Art Studio and Gallery Fund

Dues and Events

Use the button below to use either PayPal or a credit/debit card to pay your membership dues. Dues are $60.00 for full memberships, $40.00 for associate memberships, and $25.00 for long distance memberhships (members who live 50 or more miles from the club).

Dues

For Special Donations:

Use the button below to use either PayPal or a credit/debit card for special dinners and other Plastic Club events that require reservations and donations.

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The front of The Plastic Club's historic building.

The name sign for the 200 block of Camac Street conveys historical tribute


Interior of the main first floor gallery