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Arts and Tea School Needs Grant Writer aka a Magical Financial Wizard

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Help our grassroots nonprofit get our first grant!

Howdy, to all you wonderful people trying to do good for yourselves and the community!

We here at homemade strive for similar goals in the arts and humanities.

As I'm sure you all know, covid 19 is affecting businesses and peoples lives in innumerable ways.

This is of course true with nonprofits as well.
Most of the traditional ways that nonprofits have receive donations, hold events, and maintain operations have been turned on their heads.

Instead of our nonprofit hoping to one day receive enough support to hire a grant writer, our operations have been so effected, due to the nature of teaching art and holding art events, that now we absolutely need grants to keep our services available to the community.

This is where you come in. Would there be someone that can help us at this nascent stage receive our first grant?!? Could You be the Magical Fairy that Helps our little, humble studio grow into something amazing!?!?!

If you want to experience a real life fairy tail, please join us!

Here is some information about us (mostly focusing on the Tea School).

Learn about Tea, Tea Arts, and Tea Cultures!

Come Learn about what my Tea Teachers call, "The Marshall Art of Hospitality!"
We are a safe and sacred space dedicated to promoting traditional tea styles from around the world!

A space for the lifestyle arts and cultures of tea.

Brought to the community by HomeMade, a 501(c)(3);
The Only Single Origin, Single Estate Tea Room in New Mexico.

What we expect of you:

Learning Tea Arts and Serving Tea in traditional cultural styles.

Making Stuff.

Cleaning Stuff.

Selling Stuff.

Packing Stuff.

Social Media Stuff.

Learning and Teaching.

Spreading the Love and daily use of Handmade Items.

If you love origami, letter writing, good penmanship, clean, and detail orientated is a huge plus!

Customer Friendship and Showing the Space to them.
Being super friendly and kind to the guests are of the upmost importance.

We will also have tea artisans and teachers, from around the globe, visit us occasionally;
so, we must take care of them like the precious treasure they are.

Everything is subjective.

We will find what kind of jobs will best suit you, your talents, and what you want to learn!

Everyone Must help with cleaning and must clean-up after themselves.

Cleaning is mandatory for everyone.

You are welcomed to learn whatever you would like with us.

You are welcomed to sell craft and art items in the gallery/tea room (if we like your craftsmanship and price).

We are a pottery studio, school, gallery, tea room and bookstore in sunny Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA.

You'll have access to the pottery studio and tea room outside of volunteer hours.

You’ll have access to all studio tools and materials free of charge.

You just pay for the pieces you wish to keep.

Please call us (505.243.0228) with further questions or to schedule a tour!

You may email us at

We hope you have a good day! No matter where you are!

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Mission Statement

Providing infrastructure access through arts, humanities, and cultures.


We are a pottery studio, school, gallery, tea room and bookstore in sunny Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA. We occupy a spacious and professionally equipped building in the University/Nob Hill area with a vibrant and diverse community of artists. We offer resident and non-resident studio memberships, classes, and workshops. Our gallery is filled with works made in the shop by members, and other arts & crafts made by various, local artisans covering a variety of styles.

Membership is open to the general public and their families - all members must be 13 years of age or older. Any persons under 13 years of age, must be under direct-parental supervision.

Contact us to set up an appointment-No experience required! Just show up in clothes you do not mind getting dirty, and ready for good times! Classes for beginning and intermediate potters are taught on-site. New members must go through a Clay Studio Orientation/Class before working at HomeMade Pottery Studio (mostly to learn the studio rules, etiquette, and procedures.)

HomeMade hosts workshops, arts & craft shows, and Fine Arts Shows featuring hand-made art (not just pottery) throughout the year.

The tea school and public room is a dedicated space to tea arts and cultures, as well as relaxation.

Arts & Culture
Education & Literacy


We'll work with your schedule.


This is a Virtual Opportunity with no fixed address.


  • Teaching / Instruction
  • Visual Arts
  • Arts Administration
  • Pottery
  • Grant Writing / Research
  • Community Outreach


  • People 55+
  • Group



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