There are many ways to make a meaningful difference at the Hudson River Museum.

Whether you choose to become a member, make a one-time or recurring gift, or support a specific program or exhibition, your generosity makes a direct impact and helps to strengthen our mission.

Donors of gifts of $250 and above are recognized on our Annual Donor Board and Our Supporters page.

Give to the Annual Fund

Your gift provides support for everything you enjoy most about the HRM—our dynamic exhibitions, enlightening public programs, out-of-this-world planetarium shows, hands-on workshops, and much more.

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The Fund for HRM

The Hudson River Museum continues to grow and evolve. The Fund for HRM supports major museum initiatives as we expand our view. Learn how you can help broaden the possibilities of what the Hudson River Museum will be in the twenty-first century.

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Become a Member

Become an HRM Member and support this remarkable community treasure. Plus, you’ll get great perks such as free admission year-round and free, unlimited tickets to the Planetarium and Glenview, 15% off in the Shop, and discounts at local businesses!

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Join a Donor Circle

Donor circles, such as Friends of Historic Glenview and Friends of the Planetarium and Science Programs, focus their support on one particular aspect of the Museum’s multidisciplinary offerings in art, science, and history. You will have the opportunity to attend tailored events and programs that deepen your relationship with the HRM and other patrons who share your interests.

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Planned Giving

By including the HRM in your estate plan, you provide a vital source of capital and endowment income to ensure that the Museum can continue its mission to engage, inspire, and connect with diverse communities through the power of the arts, sciences, and history for generations to come.

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Gifts to the Collection

The Museum welcomes gifts for its permanent collection in the areas in which we collect. Items of interest are nineteenth-century to contemporary works by American artists and designers, as well as important historical items relevant to Westchester County history. Donations are assessed on a case-by-case basis. Contact with images and information about the item.

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