Donate to MAM

Like all non-profits, Montclair Art Museum relies heavily on the generosity of both institutional and private donors to continue its mission to inspire and engage people of all ages in their experience with art. 

A tax-deductible gift – at any level – will help us achieve incredible things at YOUR museum. 

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Additional Ways to Give
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Legacy Giving

Leave your legacy through our planned giving program. Help sustain the Montclair Art Museum for generations to come.


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Gifts of Stock or Securities

Gifts of stock or securities can help you expand the impact of your charitable giving while reducing taxes on capital gains. Such gifts are simple and may provide a greater tax benefit than an equivalent gift in cash.

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Tribute Gift

Honor a friend or loved one with a Tribute or Memorial Gift to the Montclair Art Museum. This is an especially meaningful way to recognize friends, family, business associates, and special occasions, while at the same time supporting the collections, exhibitions, and educational programs of one of the region’s greatest treasures.

Give today 

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Help us build a strong endowment to secure our future and connect the next generation to our collection and programs.

Two young girls are working on a painting project at a table. The girl on the right is dipping her paint brush into a small bowl of paint.
Program Funding

The Education Department is a vital link between the Museum and its diverse public, offering dynamic public programs for adults, children & students, families, teachers, visitors with disabilities and special needs, and more. Gifts at any level to our public programs are welcome.

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Exhibition Funding

Exhibition supporters fund ongoing curatorial expenses, including special exhibitions and accompanying catalogues, permanent collection shows, the production of new interpretive materials, and for the essential conservation of works on view.

For more information, please contact:

Michele Shea, Assistant Director, Corporate, Foundation, & Government Relations, 973-259-5126, [email protected]

Emily Nso, Assistant Director, Major Gifts, 973-259-5158, [email protected]

Frances Smith, Assistant Director, Membership & Annual Fund, 973-259-5151, [email protected]