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Ways to Give

Philanthropy is more than just monetary support. Explore alternate ways to support the National Museum of Wildlife Art.

Make a Donation
Membership

Membership is your passport to exciting exhibitions, fun opening receptions, thought-provoking lectures, discounts at the Museum Shop, and more! Consider giving the gift of Membership to friends and family. Our business members receive valuable recognition and visibility with art collectors and philanthropists who share a passion for the arts.

Sponsorship

Sponsor a world-class exhibit, special event, or our youth or adult education programs.

Donor Aspen Grove

In honor of Earth Day, we are pleased to announce a new fundraising initiative at the Museum—the Donor Aspen Grove. This year we will be planting 75 aspen trees along the north parking lot at the Museum. These trees, native to the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem, will augment the Greater Yellowstone Botanical Tour plantings along the Sculpture Trail. Aspens are beautiful deciduous trees with leaves that turn a striking golden color in the fall. In addition to wildlife habitat, the Donor Aspen Grove will contribute to visitors’ summer experience at the Museum by adding much-needed shade near our guest parking.

Individual trees are available for $2,000. Trees may be purchased in honor of an individual, family, or business. This is a beautiful opportunity to celebrate important milestones like a birth, wedding, or graduation—or to honor the passing of a loved one.

Your chosen commemorative name will be placed on a metal plaque adjacent to the grove. If you are interested in purchasing a tree, please email ebirnie@wildlifeart.org or call 307-732-5415.

Planned Giving

Support the Museum through Wills, Bequests & Estate Plans

Planning your estate and legacy for future generations, including your charitable interests, takes careful evaluation. Consulting with the appropriate professionals can assist you. Discussing your charitable intentions with us can lead to a much better result than going it alone — and will ensure that your gift is used just as you wish. We can provide valuable information about any of the creative giving techniques mentioned in these planned giving pages.

Contact Us

Ponteir Sackrey
Chief Advancement Officer
National Museum of Wildlife Art
P.O. Box 6825
Jackson, WY 83002
psackrey@wildlifeart.org
(307) 732-5444
Tax ID #: 74-2431071

Volunteer

Make a Difference with your Time

Volunteer Opportunities Include:

Community Events: First Sundays, Plein Air Fest (June), Western Visions (September)
Docent Tours: Docents are volunteers who have been trained in interpretation of the Museum’s collection and lead public tours.
Gallery Guide: Help visitors feel welcome in the galleries.
Fables, Feathers & Fur: Engage kids with the art of storytelling and masterworks from the collection.

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