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Gabriella Rossetto quilts a piece while Virginia View of the Daughters and Sons of Dorcas works in the background. Dance group "Da Originalz" teach the audience a few dance moves for Citified, ACM’s look at urban community and creativity at the Smithsonian Folklife Festival. Dottie Yunger, Joelle Novey, and Reverend Gail Addison discuss faith and environmental activism at at ACM community forum at Matthews Memorial Baptist Church.

Ways of Giving

The Anacostia Community Museum counts on your support—now more than ever! While the Smithsonian Institution is funded only in part (60%) by the federal government, nearly half of ACM's exhibitions, research, public programs, outreach, and educational programs are funded through private support. Your gift is extremely important because it provides resources that will make an immediate impact and help sustain the museum's work.

How to Give

Make your contribution online through our secure website. Donate Now

By mail:
Anacostia Community Museum
Development Office
1901 Fort Place SE
Washington, DC 20020

By phone:
Please contact the Advancement Office at (202) 633-4841

Matching Gifts
Many companies offer matching gift programs to encourage employees to contribute to charitable organizations. Your personal gift and matched contribution will be credited to the area that you designate.

Planned Giving
There are many ways to make a planned gift to ACM, from gifts of appreciated securities to gifts of life insurance, retirement, and pension plans, gift annuities and gifts under one's will or by trust. These gifts can provide both financial and tax benefits, and may allow you to achieve much more with your donation than you thought possible.

The Anacostia Community Museum is a qualified 501(c)(3) tax-exempt organization and donations are tax-deductible to the full extent of the law. No goods or services were provided for this gift. Please consult your tax advisor regarding specific questions about your deductions.