Planned Giving

Leave a Lasting Legacy to the Art of Quilting!

planned-giving As a National Quilt Museum supporter, you share our desire to bring quilting to all corners of the globe.  To sustain and expand the Museum’s exhibition, education, and advocacy efforts requires ongoing funding.Many supporters have left a lasting legacy by including The National Quilt Museum as a beneficiary in their estate planning or other long term planned giving.  Making a gift through an estate plan is one of the simplest ways to support the Museum and the gift continues to benefit the Museum for years.Any individual can include The National Quilt Museum in their will or can name The National Quilt Museum as a benefactor of assets such as stocks, 401(k), 403(b), IRA, retirement plans, life insurance, and other forms of brokerage.  In addition, the Museum can accept assets from a charitable lead trust, or life estate agreement.For more information on establishing a planned gift benefiting The National Quilt Museum contact the Museum Development Director Dr. John Lewter at or by phone at 270-442-8856.With minimal planning your can pass your passion for quilting on to future generations.