Now entering their second quarter-century as two of the country’s premier historic house museums, Evergreen Museum & Library and Homewood Museum are at a crossroads: the historic buildings and collections require constant preservation and care, and demand for access and learning from both physical and virtual environments is outpacing available resources. In this new century, Homewood and Evergreen must create additional opportunities for scholarship and study, continue to support critical historic preservation projects, enhance curatorial capacity, develop new exhibitions and programs, and expand technological capabilities to bring the collections to ever widening audiences.
The Johns Hopkins University offers many gift planning opportunities, with options that can benefit you and your family, too. The goal of gift planning is to fulfill your philanthropic wishes in coordination with your overall financial and estate planning. Whether you choose to remember the museums in your will or name the museums as a beneficiary of a retirement plan or life insurance policy, to create an income-producing gift, or to continue to build our important collections through work of art, a gift plan can be tailored to meet your specific financial and estate-planning needs.
For more information about gift planning, visit the Johns Hopkins Office of Gift Planning, or contact Anne B. Doyle, JD, director of gift planning and senior philanthropic advisor, at 800.548.1268 or by email. All inquiries are confidential and without obligation.