PEM Annual Fund
If you experienced the finches' enchanting melodies in from here to ear, J.M.W. Turner's dramatic seascapes, Alexander Calder's poetic mobiles or all of the above, you've experienced the power of art.
Art also has the power to enhance well-being. Working with ARTZ: Artists for Alzheimer's, PEM has developed tours that enable people with dementia to improve their access to memories and verbal expression.
Research has shown that engaging in the arts may help students master other subjects such as reading, math and social studies. ArtLink, PEM's out-of-school learning program, provides gallery tours and related hands-on art projects developed in partnership with North Shore youth organizations.
You have the opportunity to make a real difference. Please donate to the PEM Annual Fund today to support the arts and make these experiences possible.
What is the Annual Fund?
Simply put, the PEM Annual Fund provides a stable source of income to help pay for the museum's needs. These tax-deductible donations from members and friends are pooled to help in a range of ways, from buying after-school art supplies to preparing galleries for new exhibitions. Please help us reach this year's goal of $100,000.
Double your impact
Many companies participate in matching-gift programs, enabling you to double your contribution. Check with your employer's Human Resources Department or use the link below to see if your gift can be matched and have an even greater impact.
To make your fully tax-deductible gift to the PEM Annual Fund, you can also:
Call the Development Department at 978-542-1641
Mail your check, payable to the Peabody Essex Museum, to
PEM Annual Fund
Peabody Essex Museum
161 Essex Street
Salem, MA 01970
In keeping with the standards of the Association of Fundraising Professionals and the Donor Bill of Rights, PEM gives all donors the opportunity to delete their names from mailing lists that PEM may intend to share. If you wish to remove your name from such lists, you may do so online at our Member Services page or by contacting the membership department at 978-542-1641.