epli continues to travel all over the country photographing for home//made. if you are interested in being a part of the project, please fill out this form to be entered into the database


participation is entirely free of cost, but donations sustain this work
your donation goes directly to supporting the travel and production of home//made and the opportunities to work with as many people as possible
 please see below for suggested donations

redistributor: $500

consider paying at this level if one or more of the following apply: you are comfortably able to meet your basic needs, own a newer car and/or a home or rent a higher end property, have access to financial savings, have reliable work or do not need to work to meet your needs, have investments, can afford to travel every year, have expendable income.

 

payer forward: $350

consider paying at this level if one or more of the following apply: you sometimes stress about meeting basic needs but still regularly achieve them, are able to buy some new items and thrift others, can travel every couple/few years without burden, have some debt but it does not prevent access to basic needs/wants.

 

sustainer: $250 

consider paying at this level if one or more of the following apply: you have very limited expendable income, are unemployed or have unstable employment but are still able to meet basic needs, have little or no access to savings or financial support from family, have higher debt that requires some sacrifices on needs/wants.

 

pay-what-you-can: $0 - $200

pay-what-you-can spots are available for folks who would not otherwise be able to participate. priority is given to people who identify as Black, Indigenous, and/or People of Color, trans women and trans femmes, folks raised working class or poor, and people with disabilities. please consider this option if you struggle to meet basic needs.


Our thanks to Eli Conley, Alexis J. Cunningfolk of Worts and Cunning Apothecary and Hadassah Damien of Ride Free Fearless Money for providing the template and inspiration for this sliding scale.

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