Black-owned business or a nonprofit working for racial justice?

Your organization is eligible to receive pro-bono virtual visual notes.
The Ink Factory team is committed to continue supporting this initiative. In the first year, we’ve donated over $30,000 worth of visual note-taking services to 10 organizations. Learn more about them here.

Our waitlist fills up quickly! We accept applications on a rolling basis and will reach out to you if we have availability to support your event.

Inquiry Form


Visual notes help you tell your story, achieve your goals, and inspire others to get involved.


You’ve got big goals–and the road to achieving them isn’t straightforward. Visuals help you present your ideas in a way that’s concise and easy-to-understand for everyone.



Keeping teams aligned is essential to accomplishing your goals. Visual notes become a central reference–anyone can look at them, and at a glance, know what’s been discussed.



Seeing your content brought to life through live drawing inspires your audience to learn more, take action, and get invested in your organization.

“We have the final images hanging throughout our building, inspiring ongoing conversation well past the actual conference.”

How it Works

Black-owned businesses or nonprofits that fight for racial justice are eligible for one full or partial day of visual note-taking. We are currently offering virtual visual note-taking services for virtual events like webinars, meetings, remote conferences, and so on.

An artist connects to your virtual event, and you’ll be able to stream their notes as they are drawn live (or, you can share the visual notes after the event as a recap). Free services are subject to availability. If we don’t have availability on the day of your event, we would love to talk about what future events we can support. The more lead time you can give us, the more likely it is that we’ll be able to support your event.


Examples of our work


Client Spotlight

We worked with the Pennsylvania Care Partnership to visualize their session on Intersectionality in Healthcare in a virtual webinar presented by Sharon G.E. Washington.

"It was such a pleasure to collaborate with Ink Factory. This was my first time having my work transformed into a visual like this. I absolutely love what was created!"

Sharon G.E. Washington



Add your name to the waitlist

For Back-owned businesses and racial justice-focused nonprofits. Please fill out the following form to sign up for free visual notes. After we receive your message, we’ll email you and set up a time to chat. Our hours are Monday-Friday 9 am-5 pm CST.

Please make sure you fill out every field or your form will not be submitted. Our waitlist fills up quickly, and if we have the availability and you qualify, we will support your event.
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