change the world? YES!
In practical terms, your 100% tax deductible donation can bring world-class exhibitions to our community, conserve important works of art, and support engaging education programs. But your gift does much more.
BUILD YOUR ARTS COMMUNITY
Your generosity ensures that children and adults from all walks of life have the opportunity to engage one-on-one with art that tells stories, challenges thoughts, and launches new ways of thinking. Your gift can spark creativity and build future artists. Your gift can help open eyes, hearts, and minds.
IMPACT THE FUTURE OF ART
While your gift ensures a bright, purposeful future for the Museum, it also provides benefits well beyond the gallery walls. We hope you’ll consider making a gift today. We have no doubt it will change the world.
By becoming a Monthly Sustainer, you’ll ensure a bright future for the Taubman Museum and our community. Participation in the Monthly Sustainer program allows the Museum to lower administration costs, project predictable monthly income, and expand exhibitions and educational opportunities for the future.rnrnHow it works: It’s simple!rnrnClick the Donate Now button, select the amount that you wish to give to the Museum on a recurring monthly basis, and click the Monthly button in the frequency section.rnrnDon’t worry — if your circumstances change, you can opt out of the Monthly Sustainer program at any time. Your contributions are 100% deductible under IRS regulations. You’ll receive a confirmation email once each gift is processed as well as an annual statement of your contributions each year for tax filing purposes.
Securities such as stocks and bonds can be used to make charitable gifts to the Taubman Museum of Art. You are entitled to a charitable deduction (both income tax and estate or gift tax) equal to the mean trading value of the securities on the date of the gift.rnrnOne of the principal benefits of a gift of securities is any appreciation is exempt from capital gains taxes.rnrnFor more information, contact Deputy Director of Development Amy Milberger at (540) 204-4132 or u003ca href=u0022mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org@taubmanmuseum.orgu003c/au003e for stock share donations.
Contribute to the Taubman Museum of Art’s future by planning for a special kind of gift. Although cash contributions are always appreciated, there are other creative and flexible options that can benefit you and the Museum.rnrnSome planned gifts that you may want to consider include:rnu003culu003ern tu003cliu003eA bequest in your will or revocable living trustu003c/liu003ern tu003cliu003eA beneficiary designation of your IRA, TIAA-CREF account or other retirement planu003c/liu003ern tu003cliu003eAn owner and/or beneficiary designation of a life insurance policyu003c/liu003ern tu003cliu003eA remainder interest of a charitable remainder trust or charitable gift annuity that will pay you or loved ones named by you an income prior to deathu003c/liu003ern tu003cliu003eA remainder interest in a personal residence or farm, allowing you to live in the home or use the farm for your lifetimeu003c/liu003ern tu003cliu003eAn income from a charitable lead trust that can add to an endowment while you are aliveu003c/liu003ernu003c/ulu003ernFor more information, contact Deputy Director of Development Amy Milberger at (540) 204-4132 or u003ca href=u0022mailto:email@example.com@taubmanmuseum.orgu003c/au003e.
If you’re interested in gifting art, please contact our registrar for careful consideration with our Art Gift Review Committee. Please note the Gift Review Committee meets one time per year, generally in November. Upon receipt of your proposal, the curatorial staff will acknowledge when the Museum is in receipt of your gift proposal.rnrnAll proposed gifts of art must be recommended by the curatorial staff and approved by the executive director and the Board of Trustees in accordance with the provisions of, and procedures set forth in, the Museum’s Collections Management Policy and By-Laws. The executive director is authorized to confirm to donors the Board of Trustees’ acceptance of gifts or bequests of art following the vote of the Board of Trustees.rnrnMaterials should be submitted to:rnrnMary LaGue, Registrarrnu003ca href=u0022mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org@taubmanmuseum.orgu003c/au003ern110 Salem Avenue SErnRoanoke, VA 24011
There are many ways you can support the Taubman Museum of Art, including in-kind donations.rnrnBy contributing tangible personal property other than art and/or services the Museum is directly seeking, the dollars saved from your in-kind contribution will be applied directly to programs and exhibitions.rnrnPlease contact Deputy Director of Development Amy Milberger at (540) 204-4132 or u003ca href=u0022mailto:email@example.com@taubmanmuseum.orgu003c/au003e to discuss your desire to make an in-kind donation.rnrnPlease be advised that as a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, the Museum is prohibited from establishing monetary gift values. Donors must determine the value of in-kind gifts. Donations are tax-deductible within IRS regulations.
Businesses and organizations show their support for Virginia’s Blue Ridge community-at-large by investing in the Taubman Museum of Art.rnrnu003ca href=u0022https://www.taubmanmuseum.org/give/corporate-support/u0022u003eLearn moreu003c/au003e about corporate sponsorship and meet those who support our Museum.rnrnFor more information, contact Deputy Director of Development Amy Milberger at (540) 204-4132 or u003ca href=u0022mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org@taubmanmuseum.orgu003c/au003e.
Engagement with our community through gallery visits, tours, lectures, community events, classes, and outreach in area schools.
The Taubman saw visitors from every U.S. state as well as from 28 countries around the world.
Nationally, only 1 out of 3 museums offer free general admission. Your museum is the only museum in Southwest Virginia to do so!
Exhibitions served as a springboard for collaboration with more than 50 regional nonprofits.
More than 200 regional teachers visited the Museum with their students or brought the Museum into their lesson plans.
Children aged pre-Kindergarten through 12th grade made up a sizable portion of our visitors!
Through our institutional university membership program, 54,000 new students, faculty, and staff enjoy full Museum membership benefits.