NMWA Education Participants

When you donate, you join the dedicated circle of friends—individuals, corporations, foundations, and government organizations—who have built and continue to support NMWA.

Your gift makes the museum stronger and its message more powerful, helping to expand the collection with works by foremost women artists, organize trailblazing exhibitions, create vital educational programs, develop national and international initiatives, keep the lights on, and ensure salaries are paid.

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Lee Krasner, The Springs, 1964Donate

Explore the many ways to give to the museum. NMWA donors enjoy benefits and prominent recognition for their generosity.
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Lois Mailou Jones, Ode to Kinshasa, 1972Corporate Giving

Check out how companies of all types are becoming sponsors.
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Gabriele Munter, Breakfast of the Birds, 1934Planned Giving

Contribute to the museum’s future with a special, long-term gift.
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Visitors look at Judy Chicago, Pasadena Lifesavers Red 5, 1970Foundations & Government Support

Learn about the generous support the museum has received from foundations and governmental agencies.
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Elisabetta Gut, L Ucello di fuoco (Da Stravinsky), 1985Gifts of Art

Do you have art you want to give to the museum? Find out how in the Art Donation Guidelines!
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