As a nonprofit organization, we are endlessly appreciative of your support and contributions. 

The generosity of our community is extraordinary, and it makes possible all of our programming. This generosity takes many forms; any and all of the following contributions are gratefully accepted and deeply appreciated – and many are tax deductible.

Ways To Support Harwood

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One-Time Donation

Your one-time donation is tax-deductible and goes directly to engaging the arts as a catalyst for lifelong learning, cultural enrichment and social change, with programming for every age, background and income level.

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Accompanied by a wide range of benefits (see graphic to the left), annual memberships are available for Students/Teachers/Seniors ($50), Adults/Individuals/Families ($100), and Supporters ($250)

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Harwood’s sponsorship program is open to individuals and businesses of all sizes. We work closely with our partners to nourish the arts ecosystem of New Mexico. Sponsors receive the membership benefits above, as well as the benefits and recognition described below. Click here to download our Sponsor materials or contact Hallee Nguyen,

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Major Gifts & Planned Giving

We are grateful for major gifts and planned giving, and we’d love to speak with you to ensure the perfect match.

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Gift Certificates

Available for Art School Classes, Summer Art Camp, Studio and Dark Room Rentals, and Memberships.

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Donations of Goods

In-kind gifts of supplies are always welcomed and will be used in our art education and community outreach programs.

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Harwood Fund: Annual Giving

Harwood’s work is rooted in the seeds of shared humanity and blooms in the lives of those we serve. Every day we witness the power of the arts to make visible what is hidden, heal what is hurt, and amplify what is possible.

Last summer, our Apprenticeship for Art & Social Justice employed high school students in creating public art that achieves social impact, with mentorship by creative professionals. Eric, a 17-year-old apprentice, expressed, “I joined Harwood’s program to be a living example of social justice, as it allows young people of a variety of backgrounds opportunities to work in a field of their interest.”

We are honored to steward programs like these for more than 10,000 New Mexicans each year, to nurture deep relationships with artists, and to multiply access for people of all ages, experiences, and identities.

We are thrilled to launch an annual giving initiative, The Harwood Fund, in direct support of our programs. We make every penny count, and we are grateful for every dollar. Thank you for your support, of every kind.

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