We’re not going to lie, we need money. We’ve worked hard! This website alone has been two years of volunteer time designing, writing, drawing and animating.
Let us tell you about the growing line of cool merch we offer, along with a few ways you can help us financially and the very good uses we would put your money toward.
But first: Wicked Questions is a non-profit (501c3/NGO) arts organization and your donations are tax-deductible in the USA. Seed funding came from a Minnesota State Arts Board grant*.
Just remember, anything helps.HIRE WQ
A really cool thing is that you can hire us to come to you to help do WQ in your communities (or we can do stuff via video chat). We’d love that. And even cooler, we’ve used the WQ process to help people find deep seeded questions for many different and challenging topics, besides climate change (of course we believe this is the most urgent use.)
If this is interesting to you, contact us and we can talk about what you want to do.
Your tax-deductible contributions support:
Services like Website maintenance, hosting, marketing, video hosting, social media costs.
Pay our Executive Director a livable wage.
Provide stipends for our global Core Team artists. Our responsibilities include organizing, recruiting and/or training participants, creative work, hosting community gatherings, outreach to local organizations, media, and organizational work like tending to social media.
Provide funds to host community gatherings, supply art materials, food, space, marketing, pay project collaborators, rent space to perform or mount a WQ Exhibition.
Develop more programs for the Host a Wicked Conversation Toolbox.
Expand our work, website and offerings.
Buy a WQ electric van to travel around the North America and host WQ conversations.
Help Core Team artists in other parts of the world do similar actions.
Do epic WQ Train Feasts - riding throughout the US and other countries, doing WQ along the way, engaging other riders and getting off in rural areas to host WQ Events.
*Teresa Konechne is a fiscal year 2014 recipient of an Artist Initiative grant from the Minnesota State Arts Board. This activity is made possible by the voters of Minnesota through a grant from the Minnesota State Arts Board, thanks to a legislative appropriation from the arts and cultural heritage fund.