Support the everson
The arts connect and inspire us, and have a vital role to play in these unsettled times.
While we maintain distance for everyone’s safety, the Everson team is quickly developing innovative opportunities to keep you connected and engaged with art. We very much appreciate your patience and support as we pivot to accommodate this new reality, even as we continue to make preparations for upcoming exhibitions and programs.
Your support matters now more than ever. Please consider one (or more!) of the following options to keep the Everson strong so we can continue to connect you to great art, and one another, now and in the future:
All contributions are important and will help the Museum weather this unprecedented time.
Become a Member, Renew Your Membership, or Give the Gift of Membership!
Name a Seat
Now is a great time to invest in the Everson, and naming a seat in the Everson Auditorium has the added benefit of a personalized message on a brass plaque installed on the arm of the seat of your choice.
Convert Your Registration Fee to a Donation
If you've paid a reservation fee for a canceled event or a registration fee for a canceled class, please consider forgoing reimbursement and converting your payment into a donation. This is a small but meaningful way to support the Everson during this unexpected closure.
Shop on Amazon and support the Everson!
Step 1: Simply log on to smile.amazon.com and select the Everson as the recipient organization.
Step 2: AmazonSmile will donate 0.5% of all eligible purchases to the Everson, at no additional cost to you.
That’s it! Your shopping supports your Museum. Thank you!
Please consider including the Everson in your estate plans. Whether your gift supports Museum operations, a program or project, or the Everson Endowment, contributions through bequests help ensure the Everson continues to thrive, now and forever. Please contact Catherine Underhill at (315) 474 6064 x307 for information.
THANK YOU for choosing to support the Everson Museum of Art! We look forward to seeing you in the Galleries again soon.