Help arts, history and culture

Support Delaware’s incredible arts and culture community by 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 MuseumAs 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 ArtThis 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 CompanyRehoboth’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 The Grand Opera House, Wilmington DEoutreach 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 HistoryFrom 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 GrandThe 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 & LibraryHome 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.