There are many ways for you to support the Worcester Art Museum in its mission to connect people, communities, and cultures through the experience of art. Learn more about WAM.
Free admission and other year-long perks make it easy to infuse your life with art.
Salisbury Giving Society
Be at the heart of WAM's philanthropic community and join a network of art advocates.
Whether you're a business or a college, align your organization with WAM's cause.
It takes less than five minutes to make an immediate impact with a donation or a tribute donation.
Create a legacy for the future. Options range from bequests to charitable gift annuities.
Gifts of Art
The Museum's growing collection has been built largely through gifts of art. Contintue the tradition.
We wanted to support WAM's continuing mission to connect people, communities, and cultures through the experience of art. We also knew that becoming Members would pay for itself in just a few visits! With our Benefactor membership, it's easy to share WAM with others and we have the added benefit of reciprocal membership at many other museumsSuzanne Campbell-Lambert and Scott Lambert
WAM has been one of the iconic institutions in Worcester that we have come to love and enjoy. The world-class collection is breathtaking! The meticulously curated exhibitions are just amazing and current. WAM always manages to have a little bit of something for everyone regardless of who you are or where you're from. We realize that in order to fulfill WAM's mission statement, we need to be active participants in order to further enrich the Worcester community and beyond.Sandy Hubbard and Tom Logan
A few years ago, I visited WAM for the first time in many years. I thoroughly enjoyed my afternoon there…I was so impressed by the dedication and professionalism of all the staff. I had such a great time that I stayed overnight in Worcester and went back the next day…Day 2 was equally as wonderful. At the start of Day 2, I had already decided that I wanted to support WAM and visit more frequently.Martha Simmons