Your Gift Matters
Your generosity allows us to fulfill our mission to impart knowledge and inspire appreciation of humanity’s relationship with wildlife and nature through art and education.
We work to meet this goal through inspiring exhibitions, exciting events, and engaging programming. This year in 2022 we will celebrate the Museum’s 35th anniversary and feature Scenes of Transcendent Beauty: Thomas Moran’s Yellowstone, celebrating the park’s 150th anniversary, and works from women wildlife artists with a special focus on French painter and sculptor Rosa Bonheur.
Your generous support makes all of what we do possible. We hope that you will consider contributing to our general operating fund.
- Can I mail a donation to the Museum?
Yes! To donate through the mail, download our Donation Form.
- How do I make a gift in memory of a loved one?
You can mail your gift to the development office with a note indicating who you are remembering with your gift. You can also make a gift over the phone with a credit card by calling 307-732-5449, or using the form on our website. If you would like the honoree’s family (or families) to receive a notification of your gift, please include current mailing information for the person you would like to be notified.
- My parents left me some stock I would like to give to the Museum. How do I go about making a gift of stock?
To make a gift of stock, please contact the development office at 307-732-5449.
- How do I donate an artwork to the Museum?
We are happy to review the object with our acquisitions committee to determine if the artwork fits our collection policies. Please email a digital photo to email@example.com with information about the piece you would like to donate. You may also send a photograph with any pertinent details to:
Curator of Art
National Museum of Wildlife Art
PO Box 6825
Jackson, WY 83002
Please do not bring your artwork to the Museum without a confirmed appointment with a member of our curatorial staff.