Pencils in the Margin makes no claim of any kind to copyright, usage rights, or reproduction rights for any work created or delivered by participating artists. Our role is exclusively one of general organisation and oversight.
In the event that we do need samples of incentive artwork for demonstration or press purposes in the future, we will approach artists individually to seek usage permissions at that time.
We understand that participating artists voluntarily donate their time and energy to this project. Should a participant fall behind in meeting demand, or wish to drop out of the project for any reason, they will be accommodated. Artists who leave the project for any reason are always welcome to return. We may temporarily remove listings in cases of inactivity, but will be happy to reinstate them when appropriate.
Should an artist’s behaviour reflect poorly on the project or become disruptive to fundraising goals , we reserve the right to remove them from official listings and bar them from future participation.
In order to qualify for rewards, donations must be made directly to listed organisations via their preferred donation links. We cannot accept receipts for donations made via third parties, or as part of larger transactions. To help us monitor and verify donations, please ensure the date is visible on your receipt, along with a transaction ID (where possible).
Delivery of incentives
Pencils in the Margin are not responsible for the delivery of donation incentives by participating artists, and cannot guarantee their availability at any time. All incentives are given voluntarily, and do not represent a product for sale or equivalent value transaction for donations.
Selection of organisations
The current listing of donation recipients has been compiled from a list published by the Texas Tribune, and from recommendations by participants and donors. We make every effort to evaluate each organisation and ensure they are good candidates for direct donation. If you believe a listing has been made in error, or are aware of an organisation that would make an appropriate addition, please get in touch.
Pencils in the Margin maintains no formal relationship with any organisation listed