Your Gift Matters
No matter what its size, your gift will play an invaluable role in the future of the museum and have an impact on all who come to enjoy the Phillips.
Unrestricted gifts go toward a wide range of needs at the Phillips, including maintenance of the 1897 Phillips house and expanded modern facilities, outstanding special exhibitions, engaging educational outreach, and the conservation of works of art. General support nurtures the museum's growth, empowering the Phillips to reach out in exciting new ways to our community and beyond. These tax-deductible gifts go directly to areas of greatest need within the museum.
Please call 202.387.3036
Tuesday through Saturday, 10 am–5 pm
(except Federal holidays)
You will be asked to supply all information requested on the Donation Form.
Please print the Donation Form, fill it out, and send it to:
The Phillips Collection
1600 21st Street, NW
Washington, DC 20009
The commemoration, recognition, and reflection of the past 75 years of Phillips Music secures a strong road map for the future. Gifts made to the 2016/2017 season will sustain the programs in place while helping build new initiatives.
We invite you to join us in celebrating the 2016/2017 season by making a gift in support of Phillips Music:
PHILLIPS CHAMBER SOCIETY
Consider joining the Phillips Chamber Society by adding a $2,500 gift to your Dual/Family or higher level of membership. Benefits include:
- Two guaranteed tickets to all Sunday Concerts and Leading International Composers performances
- Priority access to seating
- Advance e-mail notification of concert programming
- Acknowledgment in concert programs
- An exclusive CD box set of selected recordings from the season’s concerts
$980 tax-deductible. To join, contact email@example.com or 202.387.3036
Support the Library and Archives
The Phillips Collection has a long-standing commitment to supporting research into modern art through its on-site library and archives. In 2006, the library and archives moved into a new, modern library space. Since then, an ambitious, multiyear cataloging initiative has allowed the library to launch an online catalog, which includes finding aids, oral histories, and other resources.
You can help the Phillips library and archives to continue moving forward as a high-quality, specialized resource for modern art research through two initiatives:
Digital bookplates displayed on the library's website and linked to specific works in the catalogue acknowledge the generosity of library donors and friends.
The Phillips Collection is conducting professional oral history interviews with Phillips family members, former directors, current and former staff members, and others. You can help fund the costs for an interview, which may include preparatory research, a transcription fee, and travel.
For more information about supporting the library and archives, contact: