Ways To Give

 Annual Fund
As Young At Art continues to grow it must rely on the generosity of dedicated friends to help maintain a quality experience for families and children throughout South Florida and beyond. If you are among the millions who have enjoyed the museum over the past two decades, undoubtedly you value it as one of Broward’s great treasures. Please consider making a gift to the museum’s Annual Fund in celebration of YAA's commitment to its community. Your gift helps to ensure that the YAA experience will be available for future generations. Be assured that gifts of all sizes will be appreciated.
Young At Art has been at the forefront of innovative, educational opportunities in Broward County since 1989. Having served more than 2 million families, students and educators, Young At Art has become one of the most sought-after community resources in South Florida. Gifts from corporate, foundation and government partners en­able the museum to advance innovative ideas and experiences that make a meaningful difference in the lives of children, families and educators. Today, our community of civic-minded partners supports programs such as:

• Award-winning exhibits and programs that strengthen
the connection between the arts and education.

• Specialized programs such as ArtHouse @ Northwest Gardens, Girls ‘N Power with the PACE Center for Girls, and ArtREACH with emergency and transitional shelters for homeless children

• Museum access and programming for children and families in low-income and underserved communities through family resource fairs and community-based events.

Find out how your organization can partner with Young At Art to create a community where play and learning connect for all children and families. We offer partnership opportunities at a range of levels customized to meet your philanthropic priorities.

 Naming Opportunities
The Museum offers opportunities to name galleries and public spaces and create named endowment funds. These naming opportunities in grateful recognition of leadership gifts from the museum’s most generous supporters ensure that your generosity will be recognized for years to come.
 Matching Gift
If your company matches contributions to nonprofit organizations you can sometimes double the amount of your gift. Check whether your employer has a matching gift program so you can take advantage of this special op¬portunity to increase your support.
 Bequests, Charitable Trusts & Planned Gifts
Gifts to Young At Art Museum may be made through a will, charitable trust, life insurance policy or beneficiary designation in a retirement plan. Estate commitments such as these provide donors the opportunity to make significant charitable contributions to the museum while taking advantage of current tax incentives and meeting future needs of their families. Before making a gift to Young At Art, you should consult with your tax, financial and legal advisors for a detailed analysis of your individual situation and the tax consequences to decide if this way of giving might work for you.
 Gifts In-Kind
Young At Art is grateful to businesses that are able to contribute materials, supplies, silent auction items or services for which the Museum would otherwise need to purchase. Depending on the value of the contribution, Young At Art may be able to offer recognition and other marketing benefits in exchange for a business’s generosity.
 Pave the Way
Make a lasting impression through the purchase of a brick for YAA’s Pave the Way Walkway. Through the purchase of a brick you can honor a loved one, promote your business, or show employee appreciation while becoming a permanent part of the Museum. Your personalized brick will be enjoyed by museum visitors each and every day for many years to come.
A project of the Arts & Science Council (ASC), power2give.org empowers donors to give directly to local arts, science and history projects they are passionate about. Nonprofit organizations post projects that are in need of funding. Donors help bring them to life with a gift. To give to Young At Art Museum's most current power2give.org project click HERE
 Annual Fundraisers
YAA holds 4 annual fundraisers to benefit Museum programs, including those for local at-risk youth. See a list of Annual Fundraisers HERE

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Your tax-deductible gift to Young At Art Museum provides the resources that immediately impact these programs through the purchase of materials, school supplies, take-home art kids and nutritional snacks.

Who To Contact

Hannah Hausman
Director of Development

Young At Art Museum is committed to bringing art to the underserved – children, teens, adults and seniors whose opportunities to engage with art are limited by geography, ethnicity, economics or disability. Young At Art makes a difference in our community through programs such as:

  • ArtReach: for homeless children living in Broward shelters
  • Girls ‘N Power: for at-risk teens at the PACE Center For Girls
  • ArtStart on the Go: for Head Start children, parents & teachers
  • Visual Arts: at Sunland Park Academy, one of Broward’s lowest rated
       elementary schools
  • The Arthouse @ Northwest Gardens: for low-income children,
        families & seniors residing impoverished neighborhoods in Broward