Help Support SPCPA

When you contribute to SPCPA, you are supporting the learning of amazing young artists. There are many ways to give to SPCPA. Check out the options below … or contact us with an idea of your own!


You can make a contribution to SPCPA in our online store. CLICK HERE.


Contribute online through SPCPA’s GiveMN website. Donations are accepted year-round through GiveMN.

This day features a thermometer that is updated as donations come in! Help us reach our goal on Give to the Max Day!

If you go to the website and search for our organization, please make sure you search for “Saint Paul Conservatory for Performing Artists” – no abbreviations or punctuation. You may also CLICK HERE or on the logo below to go directly to our donation page.

Contribution Form

Make a direct contribution to SPCPA using this form.

Print out/mail or drop off in person your completed form with your donation to SPCPA.

Donation of Goods

SPCPA also accepts donations of school supplies and other general use items that can be distributed directly to students who have a need or used in our classrooms.

Basic School Supplies can include: looseleaf paper, notebooks, folders, #2 pencils, pens, highlighters, flash drives

Classroom & General Supplies: Kleenex, Lysol disinfecting spray (or similar), paper towels, dry erase markers and erasers, Band-Aids, bandage wraps, ice packs, individually-wrapped feminine protection products (sized for teens)

Food Pantry Donations

Families are invited to please consider donating to our food pantry. Our food pantry serves those students who who may be experiencing food insecurity; who might not have financial means to purchase a meal; or those with medical conditions who might need to eat regularly or might have an unexpected emergency need. We keep items at both the Wilkins Studios and Lowry building.

Donated food items need to be shelf-stable, individually wrapped, single-serve, not require can opener or other kitchen tools; microwavable is okay. Sorry, but we cannot accept expired items or items past their sell by/best by date.

  • Slim-Jim or similar meat sticks
  • Individual pouches of tuna
  • Granola bars/breakfast bars of any variety
  • Individually packaged snacks (e.g. goldfish crackers, fruit snacks, crackers, nuts/trail mix etc)
  • Juice boxes and pouches
  • Other hearty shelf-stable meals that don’t require refrigeration, or kitchen tools; microwavable is okay