Sponsor a Display Panel

Every Soul Box Panel Brings Together Many Voices

One display panel holds space for the number people killed by gunfire in the U.S. every day, yet each panel represents so much more. For each panel, people from across the country devoted about 24 hours folding and sending in the 98 Soul Boxes. Volunteers in our workshop spent another ten hours assembling the structure, arranging the Soul Boxes, tying them onto each panel, photographing and cataloging them.

Sponsor One or More Panels to Reveal the Lives Behind the Numbers

  • Sponsor One Panel: For $600 you can help us reveal the number of people killed in one day.
  • Sponsor 2 or More Panels: For $1,200 help us reveal two days … add more days for $600 each.
  • Group Sponsorship: You may join with family, friends or colleagues as a group sponsor.
  • Dedicate a Panel: Your donation will be listed on our website. You can designate your support in honor of or in memory of a person or group.

In all, the installation will represent the 200,000 people killed or injured by gunfire in less than three years.

Your Sponsorship Also Helps Support Our Online Exhibit

Because we experience much of the world on a computer screen, The Soul Box Project is revealing the toll of gunfire deaths and injuries in the U.S. with a virtual exhibit. Visitors can see thousands of Soul Boxes up close, experience the magnitude of our gunfire epidemic, and feel the urgency for action. With your support the exhibit will expand every month until 365 panels represent one year of gunfire deaths.

Every panel sponsorship helps fund all planned exhibits and ongoing operations to facilitate future exhibition loans all over the country.

Soul Box Project USA is a charitable organization as described in section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code.
Your donation is tax deductible to the full extent allowed by law. EIN: 84-2971470

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What a powerful and moving way to express the enormous loss of human life gun violence has inflicted across our country. Thank you to everyone who has helped to bring this project to life. — Bill, Albany, NY