The fiscal year is nearing its end, and end-of-year giving is more important than ever before.
Last year between April 1st and June 30th, supporters raised $20,000 to help sustain Danville Museum of Fine Arts and History.
Will you help us meet the goal and bridge the gap this year?
The COVID-19 pandemic has created so much uncertainty for our budget over the next year. Your donations are critical in helping us reopen the Sutherlin Mansion, its galleries and two Annex Buildings: House 126 and the Swanson Studio, to continue programming such as:
· Ceramic Art Classes by Jonathan Scollo and printing classes by Linda Gourley
· Educational programs for students at home during the COVID crisis and updated educational resources on our website
· Continued consultation on history narratives for our new visitor service video which we hope to unveil in December after receiving a generous grant from the Virginia Humanities and support from the renown historians: Grace Hale and Fitzhugh Brundage.
· Virtual tours of our historic property and our collections online
Even in the face of uncertainty, you make this work possible. We are so grateful for your help during these difficult times. If you're interested in making an end-of year-gift, you can do so
You can help DMFAH continue to serve the Dan River Region
by making a gift today.