Announcing Voice’s New Astronaut Club Charity Matching Program — and launch partner The Suh Family Foundation

Emily Drewry
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2 min readJun 21, 2022


We are proud to introduce a new program: Astronaut Club Charity Matching Program, an initiative designed for nonprofit and family foundations to support emerging artists in Web3. The program has a dedicated focus on independent artists from underrepresented and marginalized communities, with resources going directly to artists through collecting their NFTs on Voice.

The first ever partner for the program is The Suh Family Foundation, which will be working with Voice to enact a $40,000 commitment to support digital artists. The Suh Family Foundation works hand-in-hand with communities to supply resources across three pillars that were pivotal to the Suh’s own success: education, health and wellness, and empowerment. Voice has worked closely with the Foundation team, led by co-founder Katya Suh, to produce a program that provides the best support for artists on the platform.

The inaugural pieces collected will be from the newly released Voice x Street Theory NFT Collection, which was produced by some of the world’s best street artists in their foray into the digital space.

Law of Relativity by Alice Mizrachi

“The Suh Family Foundation is passionate about helping individuals on their journey to empowerment,” said Katya Suh, co-founder of The Suh Family Foundation. “Our work with the Foundation aligns so closely with Voice’s dedication to supporting multicultural artists and we look forward to all the great work this partnership will empower artists to create.”

Voice has long focused on supporting emerging artists through multiple residency programs and curation efforts. This new opportunity showcases the best form of support: collecting their art enables them to continue creating.

“If we can help a digital artist get one step closer to making their side hustle their main hustle, we feel we are moving in the right direction,” said Salah Zalatimo, Voice CEO.

The art world isn’t known for its diversity. In fact, the top 18 museums in the U.S. have collections that are 87% male and 85% white. Though it’s often lauded as a great equalizer, Web3 has started to show early signs of mirroring some of the inequities of Web2. Voice is proud to make a public commitment to supporting artists from all walks of life as they enter the digital space.

Explore the full collection on Voice.