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While Membership contributions support essential
daily Museum operations, gifts to the Annual Fund make our
outstanding exhibitions, programs, community art events and
school outreach services possible.
Please join us in our mission to preserve the art
and culture of Montana and Glacier National Park. Your
contributions help us perpetuate the priceless art legacy of
this splendid region. It is ours to share - and to support!
Click on the Just Give link above and type Annual Fund in
the Benefit line.
Gift Memberships to the Hockaday Museum of Art
“just keep on giving” with year-round free admission,
invitations to opening receptions and other gallery events;
special rates for art classes and discounts on purchases from
our Off the Wall Gift Shop.
Giving is easy! Simply call the
Museum with contact information for your recipient and the
category of membership you wish to give. We will mail your gift
for you in a lovely holiday card with your personal note
The Hubble Contemporary Indian Art Fund
This fund honors John Hubble, who passed away recently. Nancy
and John Hubble gifted 20 paintings by Blackfeet artist King
Kuka to the Hockaday Museum of Art. The Hubble Contemporary
Indian Art Fund will help build the Hockaday’s collection of
contemporary Indian art, and further our Art Education outreach
programs. Click on the Just Give link above and type
Hubble Contemporary Indian Art Fund in the Benefit line.
Art Acquisition Fund
To enrich the cultural life of our community and region,
and preserve the artistic legacy of Montana and Glacier
National Park, the Hockaday Museum needs to acquire the
best examples of art it can.
Gifts of artwork are welcome, but we also need to
purchase art when it comes on the market. Click on the
Just Give link above and type Art Acquisition
Fund in the Benefit line.
IRA Charitable Transfer / Endowment
Under certain conditions, money may be withdrawn
from a traditional IRA without triggering federal or state
income tax. To qualify:
•You must be at least 70 1/2 years old.
•You must arrange to have the money transferred directly by your
IRA trustee or a custodian to a qualifying charity. You won’t
get a charitable deduction the contribution, but the transfer
out of the IRA won’t be taxed.
• Transfers are limited to
$100,000 a year.
• The charitable amount transferred from an IRA
is a technically a distribution; however, it is excluded from
gross income for income-tax purposes. Provision for such a
“qualified charitable distribution” was signed into law by
President Bush in 2006. Information: www.irs.gov
Search IRS Notice 2007-7.
Art Education Sponsorship
“Museums serving as Educators” is our daily
practice. The Hockaday’s commitment to enrich the cultural life
of the community is reflected in our school outreach services.
Art is a powerful vehicle for teaching children to think
creatively, express themselves with confidence, and to respect
and value differences. Your donation of $500 or more sponsors
school tours, free Student Days, the Annual Children’s Art Show
and New Artists Show, and the Traveling Medicine Show. Click on
the Just Give link above and type Art Education in the