There are many ways you can become part of the Museum’s community of generous members and supporters who make our mission possible. We so appreciate your support of our work to educate diverse visitors about Jewish life before, during, and after the Holocaust.
Here are a few ways to give:
- Name a Museum space, project, or program. There are more than 1,000 naming opportunities available throughout the Museum’s campus. Naming gifts create a lasting legacy and support the Museum’s endowment, facility renovations and restoration, and program development. To inquire about naming opportunities, please contact Rita Iosefson at firstname.lastname@example.org or 646.437.4225.
- Make a gift over the phone. Speak to a Museum professional and call 646.437.4252 with your Visa, MasterCard, or American Express number. You can also speak to the Development Team about making a gift via wire or ACH transfers; stocks, bonds, and mutual funds; or Donor Advised Funds. (Please don’t forget to inquire about whether your company or employer might match your gift.)
- Make deferred, planned, and legacy gifts. The Museum’s Legacy Giving Society honors and recognizes donors who make a gift that will benefit the Museum for generations to come. These generous planned gifts take many forms, including a bequest, life income gift, charitable lead trust, or gifts of retirement plans.
- Join Young Friends of the Museum. If you are between the ages of 21 and 39, consider becoming part of Young Friends of the Museum. For more information, contact Lindsay Malin at email@example.com 646.437.4252.
- Become a member of the Museum of Jewish Heritage. See below for membership opportunities. The Museum enjoys the support of an excellent group of members whose generosity of both resources and spirit enables us to complete our core work.