Ways to Give

Opportunities for giving to the Gallery span from annual support for general operating needs and acquisitions to endowment funds and capital projects. Gifts in all amounts make a tremendous impact on the Gallery’s ability to serve its diverse audiences and steward its collection.

How to Make a Financial Gift

The Yale University Art Gallery is part of Yale University. Gifts can be made by outright donation, transfer of securities or property, bequests or trusts, and matching gifts. For details and instructions, visit the Giving to Yale website. Remember to reference the Yale University Art Gallery when making any gifts to the University.

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Women in dark top and yellow pants moves a storage wall that holds several paintings.

Kelsey Wingel, Assistant Conservator of Paintings, assessing collection works in preparation for the storage move to Yale West Campus

Questions?

Contact the Advancement Department at 203.432.0660 or emily.herberich@yale.edu.

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