What We Do

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Empower Individuals

The purpose of Ink Project is to provide free tattoo cover ups for individuals that believe their pre-existing tattoos are impeding their lives.  This program is intended to empower and support individuals in enhancing their lives by providing a resource for tattoo cover ups of racist, gang, and/or profane tattoos.

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Better the Community

Ink Project serves its community by combining community members, local human service agencies, and community businesses to address the need of tattoo cover ups. Their are many in our community that feel that their tattoos are keeping them from employment opportunities and from being able to fully participate positively in our community.  Ink Project is the means by which individuals in our community can replace a negative image on their skin with a new image and eliminate the barriers the old tattoo presented.

What is a Tattoo Cover up?


A tattoo cover up is a technique used in the tattoo profession where a new tattoo is performed over top an existing tattoo with the goal of hiding or masking the original tattoo.


Get Involved

Your support is important to our work at Ink Project. There are many ways you can contribute towards our causes, and every little bit that you commit goes a long way in helping us fulfill our mission. Learn more about how you can get involved and take advantage of the opportunity to do some good.

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Become an Affiliated Artist
Become an Affiliated Tattoo Shop


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Want to refer someone for a tattoo cover up?

Referrals are restricted to agencies and community groups.  If you have questions on your ability

to refer to Ink Project please contact us.  We are more than happy to answer any questions. 


Board Members

Victoria Kelley

Ink Project Executive Director/President

Victoria Kelley has been a professional tattoo artist since 2007.  After years of tattooing, Victoria decided to return to college and pursue a degree in Social Work.  In 2018, she obtained her Bachelor’s in Social Work and looks forward to using that degree to better the Michiana area and promote positive social change. Ink Project is the charitable organization that she created that combines the two fields she is most passionate about, tattooing and social work.  Victoria does not want any individual to feel impeded from success because of the tattoos upon their skin.


Contact Ink Project

Get in touch with Ink Project to learn more about our work and how you can get involved.  

2336 Miracle Lane
Mishawaka, St Joseph County 46545

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