Lee Krasner, The Springs, 1964
Lee Krasner, The Springs, 1964; © 2012 The Pollock-Krasner Foundation / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York

For nearly thirty years, NMWA has been at the forefront of the movement to advance and celebrate great women artists. As we move forward, the museum is stepping up its leadership to advocate, empower, and connect.

Our success requires the support of generous donors who recognize the value of women artists, past and present. Your belief in NMWA is vital to connecting great art to our communities. There are many ways to give to NMWA:

Honor/Memorial Gifts:
To give a gift in honor or in memory of someone, please complete the donation form or contact Ginny DeLacey at 202-783-7989 or

Named Giving:
Commemorative nameplates in the Great Hall start at $2,500. Contact Ginny DeLacey at 202-783-7989 or to pursue this gift opportunity. 

Endowment Gifts:
Gifts to the endowment ensure that NMWA has a stable financial base. With this foundation, the museum will continue to inspire people by celebrating the creative achievements of women for generations to come. Contact Pam Ayres at 202-783-7990 or to make a gift to the endowment. 

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Other Ways to Give

Combined Federal Campaign or United Way Contributions:
If you are a federal government employee, give to NMWA through a paycheck deduction by selecting #27501 on your Combined Federal Campaign ballot. Designate your gift to NMWA through the United Way: NMWA’s agency code for the United Way is #8565. Visit United Way for more information.

Stocks, Bonds, or Mutual Funds:
To obtain transfer information and instructions, inform the museum of a pending stock transfer, and ensure proper gift crediting, contact Pam Ayres at 202-783-7990 or

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