As a nonprofit organization the Museum of Hounds & Hunting North America, Inc. relies on a variety of funding sources for its maintenance and activities. Every form of support, whether an individual membership or a substantial donation, is appreciated in equal measure. But beyond the operating funds that flow from subscriptions, each person who says “yes” to membership adds force to the collective effort to “preserve the rich North American heritage of hunting with hounds, for today and for the future.” If you agree that this is a worthwhile mission, we encourage you to join the Museum dedicated to this effort.
Your support allows us to share the museum’s collection with the public and hundreds of visitors from around the globe who visit each year.
As we strive to improve the museum and fulfill its mission, support is more important than ever. We thank our members, donors, volunteers and corporate and business sponsors for their loyalty and enthusiasm, and look forward to working with new friends of the Museum as we look toward the future.
Your membership is fully deductible from taxable income in accordance with the provisions of the Federal income tax law. The Museum of Hounds and Hunting, North America is a private entity as defined in Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Service Code, as amended, and to which donations are tax deductible under section 170 of the code.
Provide a distinctive opportunity to both further support the Museum’s mission while offering the benefits of membership to others.
A gift subscription shows you care about the sporting heritage of North America and that you know the recipient shares that enthusiasm. It’s a thoughtful expression that will last well beyond the day it’s received and will provide the new member with many educational and social opportunities throughout the year.
We work closely with both corporations and businesses to help provide funding for the core activities of the Museum and the protection of the Collection.
When you give an unrestricted gift to the Annual Giving appeal, you become a vested partner in the Museum’s mission. The member’s response is direct recognition by the donors of the importance of our programs and projects.
Help us continue to present interesting and diverse subject matter to the public. Educational exhibits bring the message of the museum to the public.
$25,000 matching grant for the installation of the Kluge Artisan Exhibits
Wrote articles for brochures, assisted in research on specific artworks, books & artifacts Pennington, NJ
Wrote articles for brochures, assisted in research on specific artworks, books & artifacts Ohio
Wrote, dusted, appraised, stirred, served, greeted, bounced, built displays, created exhibits, and picked colors for walls
Donated and loaned pieces of art from their personal and family collections to the well received art exhibitions by Franklin Voss, Paul Brown and Richard Newton, the first three exhibitions in the Museum’s American Sporting Artists series