Ways to Give at the Newark Museum

August 31, 2010 at 11:24 am Leave a comment

This summer is a reminder to us all of what makes the Newark Museum a key part of our community – from the recent exhibition, Make Me Something Beautiful: 2010 Arts Craft Annual, to a vibrant attendance at Newark Black Film Festival screenings, Jazz in the Garden every Thursday, another summer of Camp Junior Museum, and the Art in Depth lecture series.  While Members and friends enjoyed these cultural events, the Development staff has been busy making recommendations to improve the Ways to Give Web pages. 

Our goal is to provide greater flexibility to donors with improved navigation on our Museum Web site, enhanced online giving features and demonstration of our fiscal responsibility. The Newark Museum holds Charity Navigator’s highest rating and is accountable to our donors. 

Tibetan Buddhist Altar, Consecrated by His Holiness 14th Dalai Lama, September 23, 1990


Donors who wish to make a contribution online will have new options available to make a Tribute Gift in memory or honor of someone special, choose to establish a recurring monthly gift to the Museum, join the Founder’s Society or make a charitable donation. 

We are excited about these new changes and hope you will find the Museum’s Web site more user friendly to you for future giving to the Newark Museum. 

For more information, visit newarkmuseum.org.

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Constructive Spirit at the Amon Carter Museum of American Art in Fort Worth, Texas Back to School at the Newark Museum

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