Please support The Mint Museum with an Annual Fund donation today! Your tax-deductible contribution will help us continue to transform and enrich the lives of children and families in our community.
To donate by phone please call 704.337.2011
The Mint Annual Fund supports critical areas of the museum, including exhibitions, community outreach, education programs for children and families, and top-tier museum personnel. Donations of all sizes ensure that the museum can continue offering transformational, inspiring experiences for our global community. Please help ensure the museum's next 75 years of success and its vision to become one of the nation's top art museums by making a tax-deductible contribution today.
*Donations of $1,200 or more grant Crown Society membership.
Recognize an inspirational individual or honor the memory of a loved one with a special donation to the Mint in their name.
Create a lifetime legacy at the Mint by commemorating a special person in your life with a seat in the James B. Duke Auditorium. Please contact Martha Loftin at firstname.lastname@example.org or 704.337.2011 to "Take A Seat."
Donate $250 to support the Lewis Family Gallery and we will place your gift recipient’s name on a “leaf” in the Giving Tree. Please contact Martha Loftin at email@example.com or 704.337.2011 to add a leaf to our Giving Tree.
Double your donation through your company’s gift-matching program. Contact your company’s personnel office to find out more.
The Mint welcomes gifts of stock for new or renewing memberships, pledge payments, and gifts such as Memorials and Honoraria. To make a gift of stock, please contact Jeremy Hall at the Advancement Department by e-mail or by phone at 704.337.2121.
Assure your legacy, or the legacy of your family, with a planned gift to the Mint. Planned gifts are an effective, thoughtful way to support the museum while also ensuring its bright future. For more on planned gifts, please contact Kitty Hall in the Advancement Department by email or at 704.337.2034.
The Dwelle Society. In 1933, Mary Myers Dwelle began to raise funds to relocate the Charlotte Mint building to house the first art museum in the state of North Carolina. In 1996, her pioneering efforts inspired the establishment of the Dwelle Society, with the goal of recognizing loyal donors who commit to leave the Mint in their estate plans, and also to assist the museum in building long-term capacity. This support may be in the form of financial instruments, or through gifts of art, and all individuals who document a planned gift will be welcomed as members of the Dwelle Society.
Gifts of artwork strengthen The Mint Museum’s ever-growing collection of enriching, transformative art can inspire thousands of visitors for years. To discuss such a gift, please contact the Curatorial Department by email or at 704.337.2046.