Charitable Lead Trust
Charitable Lead Trusts offers a way to help the museum and still take care of your loved ones.
A charitable lead trust works by donating payments out of a trust to the museum for a set amount of time. After that time elapses, the balance of the trust is paid out to the beneficiaries.
These types of trusts are typically set up while writing a will or doing estate planning. Charitable lead trusts offer numerous potential tax benefits to the beneficiary of the trust. Please see an attorney or financial professional for advice on charitable lead trusts. The information on this website is not intended to be financial advice of any kind.
Making a Difference, Leaving a Legacy - Junior Quilters and Textile Artists Club
These monthly programs offer a platform for youth of all ages to develop their artists skills by working on regular projects and varying skill level. Many participants have been in the program for over a decade. As arts curriculum in some more traditional venues have been reduced, Junior Quilters and Textile Artists Club are offering youth a regular opportunity to develop many skills including problem solving, organization, and creativity. These programs are fully funded through museum supporters such as yourself.
The Museum is delighted with the success of our Junior Quilters & Textile Artists Club (JQTA), which normally meets on the first Tuesday of the month from 2:30 - 4:30 p.m. These young ladies and gentlemen are exceeding our expectations and fulfilling their own goals of becoming great quilters and textile artists.
Young aspiring quilters and textile artists interested in joining this new club and wanting more information are encouraged to contact Becky Glasby, Director of Educational Programs at 270-442-8856.