GIVE A GIFT OF STOCK
The Museum gladly accepts gifts of stock. Please contact our finance department for details on how to make your gift. Call 978.598.5000 x123.
Planned giving is a sound opportunity for a donor to help secure the Museum’s ability to carry out its mission into the future. Planned gifts include donations through a will, charitable gift annuities, and gifts of life insurance, charitable trusts, and more. Below is a brief list of some of the most common types of assets that you can donate to charity. Please consult a professional tax and or financial advisor for more details. You may also contact Executive Director Simon Morsink to discuss donations to the Museum. Email smorsink(at)museumofrussianicons.org.
- Cash & Cash Equivalents
- Publicly Traded Securities
- Closely Held Securities
- Life Insurance
- Real Estate
- Personal Property
- Retirement Assets
- In-Kind Gifts & Pro Bono Services
Include the Museum of Russian Icons in your will or estate plan. For more information, please contact Executive Director Simon Morsink: smorsink(at)museumofrussianicons.org.
GIFTS OF ART OR ARTIFACTS
The Museum continues to grow its collection, through donations and purchases made through the Gordon B. Lankton Collections Fund, of objects that fit the mission and further the Museum’s educational and research goals. If you are interested in donating an object, please fill out the form below and a representative of the Museum’s curatorial team will be in contact. Please note that, per IRS regulations, the Museum is not allowed to conduct or pay for appraisals of donated objects. The IRS allows for tax deductions for gift in some cases; please discuss this with your tax advisor.
It is essential that the Museum of Russian Icons have a complete history of the ownership of the objects in its collections. To that end, we request that you complete the following questionnaire, and that you forward us any photographs, additional information, or documentation which you may have with respect to the object, including its exhibition or publication history and details of all known prior ownership.