Donate an Item or Service To Our Fundraising Events
There are many ways you can support the Nassau County Museum of Art, including in-kind donations. By donating tangible items and/or services that can be auctioned or raffled off at fundraising events, your in-kind contribution will directly impact the success of our events, which in turn fund our programs and exhibitions.
Goods and services are sought for the Silent Auction featured at our annual Museum Ball, our major fundraiser held each June. We also seek raffles and prizes to be offered at other fundraising events throughout the year. Please consider joining the ranks of our generous supporters by making an in-kind donation to one of the Museum’s events. Your gift allows the Museum to further its mission of fostering a deeper understanding of art and culture through exhibition and education programs, for all.
All charitable donations are tax deductible to the full extent of the law. For further information, please contact Tenaya Parchment at 516.484.9338 xt 16 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Have More Questions?
Please 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.
Please call 516-484-9338 x 16 or e-mail email@example.com for more information on how to make an in-kind gift.
Become a Member Today
Members get more! They enjoy a full year of art and culture, with first access to exhibitions, discounts on art classes, education programs and in the Museum Store, and invitations to special events. Join us to attend our lively calendar of inspirational programs and to see the art in the galleries and natural beauty on the grounds change with each season.
Unlimited Free Admission
Changing Exhibitions in two buildings
Invitations to Preview Receptions
Discounts on Art Classes and Workshops
Savings on Lectures, Performances, Seminars and more
Family Art Activities including free Family Sundays
Savings on Unique Items at the Museum Store
Sculpture Park, Nature Trails and Formal Garden