Support Delaware’s incredible arts and culture community and consider donating. Donations during these trying times may prove to be a crucial lifeline for Delaware’s world-class galleries and community culture centers. Here are some places where you can make a difference with your donation, whether large or small.

Air Mobility Command Museum: As the only museum dedicated to airlift and air refueling history, this popular Dover attraction needs help keeping its old planes ready for your enjoyment.

Biggs Museum of American Art: This Dover attraction is dedicated to giving people a greater appreciation of the fine and decorative arts of Delaware and elsewhere from 1700 to the present.

Clear Space Theatre Company: Rehoboth’s hometown theatre company is an essential part of the beach-area art scene.

Delaware Arts Alliance: With the help of this group, the beauty and human potential of art is brought to more people.

Delaware Art Museum: Donor support has been crucial for maintaining this Wilmington museum’s 12,500-object permanent collection and its many community outreach programs. Visit this link to learn more:

Delaware Children’s Museum: There’s a great way to support this hands-on, kid-captivating destination—make a $250 donation, and get your child’s handprint immortalized in the museum’s “Hands of the Future” wall display.

Delaware Museum of Natural History: From toddlers to teens to seniors, this museum has been a longtime community resource for lifelong learning in science and nature education.

Delaware Theatre Company: Your gift will help the theatre reach 35,000 people each year — from audience members to school students; from children on the autism spectrum to individuals with developmental disabilities; from youth-at-risk to underserved families.

Newark Arts Alliance: For the past 25 years, the alliance has brought opportunities for local artists, writers, and musicians of all ages and abilities to explore their creativity. Help them here:

The Delaware Contemporary: This group’s goal is to make art accessible to everyone who visits the fast-growing Wilmington Riverfront, serving as a key supporter of local artists.

The Grand: The people at Wilmington’s historic “opera house” work to bring the state the best of music, comedy, and dance at three live performance venues – Copeland Hall, the baby grand, and The Playhouse on Rodney Square – and provides community education programs as well.

Winterthur Museum, Garden & Library: Home to one of the world’s premier collections of American antiques, Winterthur relies on its supporters to sustain its mission of providing education and exhibitions for all.

Wilmington Ballet: Donations will support young dancers with big dreams at this school founded in 1956.