Calling All Artists

At AFYC, we understand that although it can be a joyous and a wonderful experience to create your art, selling it is often a challenge. It can involve hard work, costing extra time and effort that you don’t have the luxury of doing.

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Art For Your Cause (AFYC) is a part of the $290 Billion conscious consumer market providing you with new innovative options to sell your art while helping others.

We offer a very competitive and completely different business model which allows you to retain copyrights to your art while simultaneously giving you the ability to earn the highest commission rates offered on any online platform. 

This is achieved by providing you the resources to create your art on products, host original art online auctions, and market to collectors that also support nonprofits. 

The difference between AFYC and other print on demand companies is that we enable you to access a powerful and robust ‘Artist Dashboard’ providing a unique way to collaborate with nonprofits boosting your potential to reach collectors.

Also, AFYC is a completely new business platform, as a way to “give back without giving away”. Because as we help each other, we help everyone. 

As the artist and founder, Art For Your Cause was created to be the ultimate cause marketing platform for both artists and nonprofits.

Liz London

Founder

AFYC.com

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What's The Catch?

How Does AFYC Do This?

AFYC is a part of a nonprofit organization called Causability. Being part of a nonprofit allows AFYC to operate without using the same commission structures that have dominated the traditional art world. AFYC offers this platform as a solution to the exploitation of artists currently within the traditional business model.

Put simply, only 10% of profits goes to AFYC. Meanwhile any direct donations to Causability.org are redistributed to AFYC programs benefiting both artists and nonprofits.

THE BOTTOM LINE:

OUR FINANCIAL MODEL

Unlike any other art-based online marketplace, we publicly share our entire financial model.

Art On Products

For art printed on products, we first subtract the cost of production, which is always 50% of the retail price.
Next, we pay out the remaining amount as follows:

1) 20% to the artist
2) 10% to a nonprofit chosen by the customer
3) 10% to Art For Your Cause
4) 10% to an Art Lover Affiliate

If there is anything left over, it is donated to Causability Foundation.

Original Art Auctions

Original artwork is now only offered via auctions. Since there is no production cost on our end, is paid out as follows:

1) 70% to the artist
2) 10% to a nonprofit chosen by the customer
3) 10% to Art For Your Cause
4) 10% to an Art Lover Affiliate

If there is anything left over, it is donated to Causability Foundation.

Reasons To Join Today:

It's totally FREE to join Art For Your Cause.

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