American Friends of the National Gallery London
The American Friends of the National Gallery, Londondetail from Diana and Actaeon, by Titian

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The Ambassadors, by Holbein the Younger Hans Holbein the Younger, The Ambassadors, 1533. © National Gallery, London.

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The American Friends of the National Gallery, London (AFNGL) welcomes gifts from individuals, foundations and corporations who wish to support the work of one of the world's premier art galleries. 100% of your contribution to AFNGL goes to support the National Gallery.

You may be interested in joining the George Beaumont Group, the National Gallery’s prestigious group of patrons which has funded curatorial positions, acquisitions and temporary exhibitions. The group enjoys a close association with the gallery and its staff, and benefits from a variety of exclusive activities.

The American Friends of the National Gallery, London is exempt from federal income tax under IRS section 501(c) (3). A gift to the American Friends of the National Gallery, London is deductible for federal income tax purposes to the extent provided by law.

Tax-deductible gifts may be made by check, wire transfer, or credit card. Gifts of stock are also welcome.

To Donate By Check

Please mail a check made payable to "American Friends of the National Gallery, London " to:

American Friends of the National Gallery, London
275 Madison Avenue, 6th Floor
New York, NY 10016
phone: 212-812-4362
email: ahickok@ghspm.com

To Donate By Credit Card

Please visit NYCharities.com to make a contribution by credit card. Please note that NY Charities retains 3% of all contributions to cover their administrative costs.

To Donate By Wire Transfer or To Donate a Gift of Stock

Please contact the administrator or call 212-812-4362 for details.

Bequests

Another way to support the American Friends of the National Gallery, London, is to leave a bequest in your will or trust. Please contact the administrator or call 212-812-4362 for details.

Image above: detail from Titian, Diana and Actaeon, 1556-1559, © The National Gallery, London.