100% Free to Non-Profit Organizations in the US and Canada
Awesome, limited edition merchandise designs made exclusively for your organization
A complete, turnkey solution for high-quality merchandise fundraisers
All aspects of fulfillment— design, sales, printing, packing, shipping and customer service—are provided as part of the campaign for FREE
$8 per item sold goes to your organization
All items are printed on-demand and can be printed in *any* quantity—whether it’s 1 shirt or 10,000
One-off or repeatable campaigns
Made and shipped from Southern California
Through this program, merchandise design and fulfillment costs your organization NOTHING. If your organization already has merchandise, this a great way to offer something fresh and exciting to your donors beyond your usual merchandise selection. For smaller organizations who may lack the necessary resources to run high-quality merchandise campaigns, the program gives you a turnkey solution to offer the same quality merchandise to your donors that you see at larger organizations.
Great-looking merchandise and turnkey fundraising is as easy as 1…2…3
Here’s how it works:
Take a look at some past merchandise designs:
“Kevin is such a pleasure to work with. He is determined to use his amazing artistic skills to support important causes that he personally believes in. He initially took the time to get to know not only our organization and mission, but our team and the greater giraffe conservation community. The merchandise he designed based on that understanding really connected with our supporters. We've run two campaigns with him so far, and can't wait to see the idea he is developing for the next one. We highly recommend him to anyone looking to bring unique high-quality merchandise to their fundraising campaigns.”Steph FennessyGiraffe Conservation Foundation
“Kevin designed and implemented the on-line presence for several of our local schools and our record-setting educational fundraising arm, Manhattan Beach Education Foundation. His expertise in a wide range of digital media enabled us to not only achieve our goals, but to learn how to manage and build our own content going forward. Our schools would not be where they are today if not for his talents and his ability to work well with a variety of situations and restrictions.”Tina StoutManhattan Beach Education Foundation
“I have worked with Kevin for more than a decade and have always been exceptionally happy with his work. Working with him is a no-brainer. Kevin brings a unique ability to help identify needs and to meet those needs. He delves deep and takes the time to truly understand your market and needs and presents a well thought out plan to accomplish your goals. He truly cares about the success of his clients and is very dedicated. In fact, there have been times when we have had an emergency need and he is instantly available. He is always happy to jump in and help and make sure we are satisfied. I cannot recommend him enough.”Andy KleinVITA North America
“I have collaborated with Kevin for many years on website projects and he was always focused on excellent communication and open collaboration. He has the ability to explain complex design and function concepts in an easy to understand way and was great to partner with.”Lisa GrayeVITA North America
Get in touch to start planning a campaign for your organization today.
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Kevin Halfhill is a self-taught digital artist from Los Angeles, California. Now, he works internationally and loves connecting with people everywhere who share his interest in creating beautiful and meaningful things. His work reflects influences of abstract, minimalism, dystopianism, collage, macro photography, and often focuses on complex arrangements of simple geometric shapes. He is known for his colorful, often origami-like portraits, and his use of simple shapes to create intricate, evocative imagery.
A creative, critical thinker with a passion for technology, art, and humanity; I’m constantly finding meaningful ways to intersect all three. I’ve spent more than 15 years helping companies and organizations build, establish, and expand their online presence. During that time, I began working with a number of non-profit organizations in the education sector throughout Southern California, building websites to raise money for budget deficits throughout the state. In 2014, I opened a studio to pursue fine art professionally.
For me personally, art is about much more than just making pretty things or having fun; it’s about making a statement. Art allows us to express and influence in ways that words cannot—photography, visual art, and music are all formidable instruments at our disposal in our collective quest to better The World. Visual arts are a potent way of communicating beyond language and reason. More often than not, art makes us feel, and those feelings can be very powerful. Power, when focused, promotes change, and I can’t escape my belief that change is one of the best parts of the human experience. When I first made the decision to pursue a career in fine art, I knew that I wanted to do something more than just make art—I wanted to make people feel. I try to do that every day through my work.
NYC Skylines Collection at Curioos
A while back, I was invited to create a few pieces for a new collection at Curioos NY/Paris: New York City Skylines. Curioos is featuring two of my new pieces in the collection. Take a look after the jump.Read More
For the birds: Rogers Wildlife Rehabilitation Center
I recently created a piece, “Pearl & Friends,” for Rogers Wildlife Rehabilitation Center to celebrate and help support the amazing work they’re doing with Texan avian wildlife. After many months, Pearl’s rehabilitation is complete. Yesterday, she was released into the wild. Learn about her journey.Read More
The Curioos Blog: [Interview] Kevin Halfhill, “Macrostellar (s1)”
I was interviewed by Curioos NY about my series of cosmos-inspired, abstract landscapes, Macrostellar (s1). “It’s critical to nurture our creative efforts in whatever we do because it’s such a vital part of being human. Creativity is a large part of our individuality, and therefore also a primary component to living a fulfilling life.”Read More