As Young At Art continues to grow it must rely on the generosity of dedicated friends to help maintain a quality experience for families and children from South Florida and beyond. If you are among the many visitors who have enjoyed the museum over the past two decades, undoubtedly you value it as one of Broward’s great treasures. Your gift helps to ensure that the YAA experience will be available for future generations. Be assured that gifts of all sizes will be appreciated.
Young At Art Museum is committed to bringing art to the underserved – children, teens, adults, and seniors whose opportunities to engage with art are limited by geography, ethnicity, economics, or disability. Young At Art makes a difference in our community through programs such as:
If your company matches contributions to nonprofit organizations, you can double the amount of your gift. Check whether your employer has a matching gift program so you can take advantage of this special opportunity to increase your support.
Young At Art is grateful to businesses that can contribute materials, supplies, silent auction items or services which the Museum would otherwise need to purchase. Depending on the value of the contribution, Young At Art may be able to offer recognition and other marketing benefits in exchange for a business’s generosity.
The Museum offers opportunities to name galleries and public spaces and create named endowment funds. These naming opportunities, in grateful recognition of leadership gifts from the museum’s most generous supporters, ensure that your generosity will be recognized for years to come.
Gifts to Young At Art Museum may be made through a will, charitable trust, life insurance policy or beneficiary designation in a retirement plan. Estate commitments such as these provide donors the opportunity to make significant charitable contributions to the museum while taking advantage of current tax incentives and meeting future needs of their families. Before making a gift to Young At Art, you should consult with your tax, financial and legal advisors for a detailed analysis of your individual situation and the tax consequences to decide if this way of giving might work for you.