The New Americans Museum’s inspiring education and cultural programs honor our diverse immigrant experiences in a setting that serves as an innovative, lively community gathering place of living ideas and ideals.
We hope you will be part of the New Americans Museum. You can help the New Americans Museum encourage all Americans to understand, learn from, and value their immigrant inheritance: their roots, and their ancestors’ determination and ingenuity.
Of course, none of our efforts would be possible without the generosity of people like you. Your donation helps make a difference.
Become a New Americans Museum Member
Annual Membership Levels
Family Membership $75
Individual Membership $50
Student/ Senior/ Military Membership $25
Bridge Builder $100-$249
Annual membership includes:
- Unlimited entry to the New Americans Museum Exhibition Gallery and Learning Center
- New Americans Museum Quarterly Newsletter
- Invitations to New Americans Museum festivals, lectures, and other events
To become a member:
Fill out our online membership form.
or contact Director of Operations Celia CJ Solis at email@example.com
Join our New Americans Society with your gift of $1,000 or more
In addition to all annual membership benefits, you will receive:
- Private gallery tours
- Free admission for friends and family
- Invitations to New Americans Society exclusive events
- Advance invitations to guest speaker forums and dinners
- Philanthropy at New Americans Museum
The New Americans Founders Circle is comprised of distinguished individuals who feel passionately about the Museum’s mission to promote understanding of the immigrant experience, and to celebrate the contributions made by immigrants to our country. In recognition of this extraordinary commitment, Founders Circle Members enjoy private receptions at the opening of each new exhibition, luncheons and events with artists and esteemed visitors, and private access to the exhibition gallery and other museum facilities. Founder’s Circle Members also receive Lifetime Membership to the New Americans Museum.