The Frederic Remington Art Museum is a privately funded organization and relies on the generosity of its friends and supporters to meet the enormous cost of providing programs and services, year-round, to its many visitors. There are many ways for you to contribute and many benefits when you choose to do so.
We welcome your involvement in the areas listed below and look forward to a prolonged, mutually rewarding relationship.
|William R. Clark SocietyPlanned Giving: Opportunities to benefit the Museum and your financial planning.|
|MembershipEnjoy program and exhibit announcements, members-only events, discounts, and other special privileges.
image: Mary Colton, Phyllis Johnson, Gus Murray, Ann Groome
|Corporate SupportSpecial opportunities and benefits for businesses and corporations.|
Special Projects Include:
Digital Broncho Buster Bronze Reproduction
The Frederic Remington Art Museum Tribute Riffle
Limited 1st Edition: Icons of the West:Frederic Remington's Sculpture
NEW - 2nd Edition: Icons of the West: Frederic Remington's Sculpture
The Frederic Remington Art Museum Collections Book
Make a gift to the Museum's future.
image: "Taps." (Cavalry Bugler in Full Uniform.),1890 by Frederic Remington
|DonationsSupport the Museum through a monetary donation or a donation of mission-related artwork.
image: The Cavalry Came Upon Their Jaded Horses, c. 1894, ink wash, 22 x 19 1/2"
anonymous donation, 2010.1.
This work illustrated the Cosmopolitan article, "The Story of a Thousand" by Albion W. Tourgée, January, 1894, p. 345.
|VolunteeringGive of your time and talent in support of the Museum.|