Charitable Giving

We are pleased to offer visitors to the Currier access to a world-class collection, an inspiring selection of special exhibitions, and a range of enriching art-appreciation and art-making programs to enjoy.

The Currier relies on the generosity of donors to make these experiences possible. We operate with a lean staff on a tight budget.  Our fiscal responsibility isn't enough, though; we need your support.

Please join your neighbors, friends and colleagues in supporting the Currier, New Hampshire's museum.  Give today and your gift will immediately be put to work!

Make a donation

To make a tax-deductible contribution to the Currier Museum of Art, click the above "Donate Now" button, or call or email Sara Turner at 603.669.6144, x124, or email sturner@currier.org.

There are many ways to support the Currier!

Make a donation to the Annual Fund and help us to steward our world class collections and deliver exceptional studio art and education programs that appeal to a broad audience.

Contribute to the Art Center Annual Fund to help keep tuition prices low and make scholarships available to students in need.

Make a donation to support the continued maintenance of the Zimmerman House.

Join the Currier Society, a leadership group of individual donors who support the mission and efforts of the Currier Museum of Art with a gift of $1,500 or more.

Join the Henry Melville Fuller Legacy Society, a society established in 2012 to recognize individuals who have remembered the museum in their long-term plans through a bequest provision, life income gift, or other deferred giving arrangement.

The Currier also accepts gifts of art.  If you would like the Currier to consider an artwork for donation, please send an image of the artwork along with information regarding the artist's name, date the work was created, what type of object it is and approximate dimensions to curatorial assistant, Aimie Westphal (awestphal@currier.org).  The curatorial department will review and determine if the offered artwork fits within the scope of the Currier's collection.