Planned Giving

Remember the Currier Museum of Art in your long-term plans through a bequest in your will or trust, or through a charitable gift annuity. There are a variety of planned giving options that can benefit you and the museum. By including the Currier Museum in your planned giving you will be welcomed into the Fuller Legacy Society.

There are a variety of planned gift options that can benefit both you and the Currier Museum.

Bequests – The most common vehicle of planned gifts, bequests can be made in any amount or percentage.

Gifts of retirement plan assets – A tax-wise way to make a gift: make the Currier Museum a beneficiary of your retirement account.

Life income – This can provide tax reduction immediately and an income stream for life.

Charitable gift annuity – Safe, popular, and an easy way to receive a guaranteed fixed income for life.

Charitable remainder trust – Provides a substantial income tax reduction and helps avoid estate taxes with income for life.

Donor advised funds

Gifts of real estate

Charitable lead trust

Life insurance policy

Gifts of art
The Currier Museum of Art also accepts gifts of art. If you would like the museum to consider works of art for donation, please send an image of the work along with relevant information to The museum’s curators will review the work and determine whether it fits into the scope of the museum’s collection. Works of art may also be accepted for resale or charity auction to generate funds for museum programs.

The museum is not able to appraise works of art. You may contact one of the following organizations: American Society of AppraisersAppraisers Association of America, or Art Dealers Association of America.

We encourage you to consult with your financial advisor or attorney to determine if a giving option is right for you.

For more information about Planned Giving, email or call 603-518-4915