MORE WAYS TO GIVE
Monthly Recurring Gifts
Monthly recurring gifts offer the opportunity to make gifts that add up over time and provide the Atheneum with a predictable source of support. In this way, a monthly giving plan may allow you to make a larger impact on the library than might otherwise have been possible. Payments will be automatically charged to your credit or debit card on the monthly anniversary of your original gift. To set up a recurring gift schedule, visit the Annual Giving page or contact Lisa Lothian, at 508-228-1110 x107.
Planned gifts help an individual establish a legacy at the Atheneum that extends far beyond his or her lifetime. For information on how to include the Atheneum in your estate plans through a bequest, beneficiary designation, charitable gift annuity, charitable remainder trust, charitable IRA rollover, and more, please contact Maggie O’Reilly, Director of Development, at 508-228-1110 x114 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Many employers and companies will match their employees’ philanthropic contributions. Your generosity to the Atheneum could be doubled or even tripled!
Ask your HR representative today to confirm if your firm/company has a matching gift program.
To send your Matching Gift Form to the Atheneum, please fax to: 508-228-1973 or mail to the Development Office.
Gift of Stock or Wire Transfer
Please contact the Development Office for instructions on how to make a stock or wire transfer to the Atheneum 508-228-1110 x107.
Gifts can be made in a person’s memory via our Annual Giving form or by contacting the Development Office 508-228-1110 x 107.
Online giving is quick, convenient, and environmentally friendly. Select Annual Giving, Dance Festival Sponsorship, or Turkey Plunge Sponsorship to make your contribution.
You can mail your gift directly to us.
Please make all checks payable to Nantucket Atheneum.
1 India Street
PO BOX 808
Nantucket, MA 02554
All donors are welcome to make a gift by calling the Development Office at 508-228-1110 x 107.
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