Matching Gift Challenge 2023
Palm Springs Art Museum has been experiencing a surge of energy and support as we present dynamic new exhibitions and programs involving art, design, and architecture.
Other ways to donate:
Recognize, honor, and celebrate people and events that are important to you.
You can ensure that we continue to provide extraordinary creative encounters for our patrons through a gift in your estate plans.
Whether you have a single piece or an entire collection that needs a permanent home, please consider gifting art to the museum.
Become a Member
As a member, you’ll receive free unlimited admission all year-round to our locations, access to our compelling collections and groundbreaking exhibitions, invitations to receptions, and valuable discounts to our museum stores.
A tax deduction is an item you can subtract from your taxable income to lower the amount of taxes you owe. Palm Springs Art Museum is a tax-exempt organization as defined by IRS Section 501c (3), to which gifts and donations are tax-deductible to the fullest extent of the law.
All proceeds support Palm Springs Art Museum exhibitions, acquisitions, programs, and general operations.
Federal Tax ID number 95-1809576.
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