Yes! At Patreon we welcome nonprofit organizations to create a page on Patreon.
Are my Patreon earnings considered taxable income?
If you are a legally recognized nonprofit company – for example, a USA 501(C)(3) charity– then you might not need to pay taxes on your Patreon income.
After launching your creator page, you can complete a tax form from your page. Entities are nonprofit or otherwise exempted under certain codes, so you will want to include the specific code (or exemption type) that applies to you. In the Tax Classification field put "Nonprofit corporation exempt under IRS Code Section ____".
You will also need to provide your Tax EIN on your Patreon page for your patrons when they file their taxes and indicate what/who they donated to. We do not provide this information.
Outside of the US?
If you are a nonprofit outside of the US, we have a W-8BEN form required for all non-US creators. This form must be submitted before you can receive payouts. Learn about the IRS instructions on how to complete this form (regardless of non-profit status), here:
Please visit for more details on payout options.
We also have a few resources that may be helpful for your patrons and yourself. Take a look here: