Ways to support AFNGA

 

When you support AFNGA all Australians and visitors benefit with donations supporting education programs, exhibitions and strengthening Australian public collections.

AFNGA is a registered 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, whose mission is to foster the visual arts in, and cultural exchanges between, the United States and Australia, creating closer ties between the two countries.

When you support AFNGA, all Australians benefit with donations supporting impactful education programs, original exhibitions of Australian and international art, as well as strengthening Australia’s national collection for all Australians and visitors to enjoy, for generations to come.

AFNGA is also proud to be supporting the next generation of Australian artists and arts professionals in their studies in America through the AusArt Fellowship.

AFNGA is grateful to our generous donors who enable us to fulfill our mission. You can make a meaningful and lasting contribution to AFNGA in a number of ways. See below for the ways in which you can support AFNGA today.

 International Art Galleries, National Gallery of Australia, 2015. Image courtesy and © of the National Gallery of Australia.

International Art Galleries, National Gallery of Australia, 2015. Image courtesy and © of the National Gallery of Australia.

 

Outright gifts

Outright gifts of enable AFNGA to embrace opportunities and meet challenges

Outright gifts enable the AFNGA to respond to needs and make a direct impact on Australian visual arts education, exhibition, acquisition programs, as well as support Australian art and artists in the United States.

Outright gifts can be made via check, credit card and wire transfers of cash or stock.

Donations by credit or debit card can be made here.

Donations made by check can be addressed and mailed to:
American Friends of the National Gallery of Australia, Inc.
50 Broadway, Suite 2003
New York, NY, 10004 USA.

For more information donations of tangible property, contact:
Development Director, Miriam Grundy

 
 Painting by AFNGA’s 2016 AusArt Fellow, Mark Hilton,  Untitled  2018, oil on linen.    Image courtesy and © of Mark Hilton.

Painting by AFNGA’s 2016 AusArt Fellow, Mark Hilton, Untitled 2018, oil on linen.
Image courtesy and © of Mark Hilton.

Gifts of works of art

Enrich and expand Australian public collections, ensuring all Australians benefit

 

Tangible personal property, such as paintings, sculpture, design objects, drawings, photography, prints, film, artifacts, archival material, media, textiles, architecture, performance art, and illustrated books, may be donated to AFNGA during your lifetime or by bequest.

Donors of tangible personal property held long-term and accepted by AFNGA are potentially entitled to claim an immediate income-tax charitable deduction.

Works of art is one form of tangible personal property. If you are considering donating a work of art to AFNGA, you should first contact us to talk about your proposed gift as AFNGA must give consideration to such gifts before we can accept them. AFNGA seeks property that reflects institutional quality standards in the areas of art and objects in which we seek to acquire.

For more information donations of tangible property, contact:
Development Director, Miriam Grundy

 International Art Galleries, National Gallery of Australia, 2015. Image courtesy and © of the National Gallery of Australia.

International Art Galleries, National Gallery of Australia, 2015. Image courtesy and © of the National Gallery of Australia.

Planned giving

Planned gifts are crucial to the continued success and capacity of AFNGA

 

Gifts can be carefully planned to help you meet your philanthropic and financial goals. The different types of planned gifts include bequests, gifts of tangible personal property, charitable trusts (remainder and lead), gifts of life insurance policies, and gifts of retirement plan assets.

AFNGA would be pleased to work with you and your advisors to structure a gift that best fulfills your charitable goals, however before making a gift to AFNGA, you should consult with your financial, tax, and legal advisors for a thorough analysis of your individual situation and the tax consequences and to decide which of these ways of giving might work best for you.

For more information donations of tangible property, contact:
Development Director, Miriam Grundy

  Cartier: The Exhibition  opening National Gallery of Australia, 2017. Image courtesy and © of the National Gallery of Australia.

Cartier: The Exhibition opening National Gallery of Australia, 2017. Image courtesy and © of the National Gallery of Australia.

 
 

The American Friends of the National Gallery of Australia, Inc. is a registered United States 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. As an independent charitable organization gifts may be made to AFNGA to achieve tax deductibility in the USA. This guide is designed to give you general information about various ways of giving to AFNGA, including some of the potential financial benefits. It is not intended to provide specific advice about the legal or tax implications of charitable giving. A copy of the latest annual report of AFNGA may be obtained, upon request, from AFNGA at the above address, or from the New York State Attorney General’s Charities Bureau at Charities Bureau, 28 Liberty Street, 15th Floor, New York, New York 10005.


 
 

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