What we achieve annually through your contributions:

250,000
Visitors Served
500
New works added to the permanent collection
13,000
Docent-led tours for schoolchildren

40,000

Children and families reached through community outreach programs

Other ways to Donate

Tributes

Honor a loved one, celebrate a special occasion, or express your gratitude by giving a tribute gift in support of the Crocker. Honor a loved one today

Special Events

Join us for an upcoming fundraising event at the Crocker, and support the Museum's mission to promote an awareness of and enthusiasm for human experience through art. Attend our Next Event

Business Partnerships

Support our programs and events to invest in your community and reach our network of local, national, and global visitors. Become a Partner

Endowment

Help us build a strong endowment to secure our future and connect the next generation to our collection and programs. Build our Future

Legacy Giving

Leave your legacy through our planned giving program. Help sustain the Crocker for generations to come. Explore Legacy Options

Other Ways to Give

Support your Museum through stock donations, individual retirement accounts, or employer matching gifts. Make your contribution
For more information, please contact Chelsea Larson, Interim Director of Development, at clarson@crockerart.org or call the number below.

(916) 808-8838

Other Contacts

CHELSEA LARSON
Interim Director of Development
(916) 808-8838
KATHLEEN BABIN
Art Auction Artist Coordinator
(916) 808-1194
MICHELLE GILL
Special Events Manager
(916) 808-8771
JASSMINE JOHNSON
Development Assistant
(916) 808-5802
Mary Worthington
Development Coordinator
(916) 808-7843
Melissa Foote
Gift Processor
(916) 808-1860
For a look at the impact our donors make, please download the PDF below.
Download the 2017-2018 Year in Review

Rent the Crocker

Whether hosting your wedding or a corporate reception, the Crocker Art Museum is the perfect canvas for your special event. Our unique setting and exceptional service guarantees an unparalleled experience. Please contact the Events Department for more information.

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Jazz Night: Kim Nalley

Bay Area legend Kim Nalley and her band heat up this summer’s concert series with a performance evoking the legendary divas of American jazz.

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Artist Talk: Nathan Youngblood

Preview the exhibition Pueblo Dynasties: Master Potters from Matriarchs to Contemporaries and hear Native American master potter Nathan Youngblood discuss his work and lineage.

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