Outright Gifts


You can also make your gift to the museum through a multi-year pledge payable over a period not exceeding five years. Gifts for capital or endowment purposes may be made in this way and combined with gifts to the Children's Museum.

Gifts of Real Estate or Tangible Personal Property

Many donors find that gifts of real estate or tangible personal property best advance their larger philanthropic planning goals. These gifts are valued at the appraised market value on the date the property is transferred.  Gifts of this natured must be approved by the Executive Board of the Children’s Museum.

Bequests, Charitable Trusts, and Other Planned Gift Techniques

Gifts to The Children's 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.

Whom to contact: the President/CEO of the Jasmine Moran Children's Museum.