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Update from the Gallery regarding COVID-19

The Art Gallery of New South Wales is open. We are observing strict physical distancing and hygiene measures to protect the health of visitors and staff and minimise the spread of COVID-19 (coronavirus). Read the latest visit information

jpg $10 per week, matched by your employer Supports 100 drawing sets for regional and low socio-economic school programs

jpg $12 per week, matched by your employer Supports a year's training for a volunteer Community Ambassador guide

jpg $25 per week, matched by your employer Supports 100 resource kits for the art and dementia program

jpg $50 per week, matched by your employer Supports a week-long program for Indigenous school students

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Donate money

Help us grow our collections and resource areas and continue our extensive learning and participation programs

Donations and grants from the US and UK are also welcome through the Charities Aid Foundation of America website or by contacting the Charities Aid Foundation UK

The Art Gallery of NSW Foundation has deductible gift recipient (DGR) status with the Australian Taxation Office. ABN24934492575. See our listing on the ACNC Register

Join the Foundation

Supporters who give more than $7200 over four years become patrons of the Art Gallery of NSW Foundation, and enjoy a close connection to the Gallery. Direct your tax-deductible donation to the main acquisition fund or to a particular area, from Aboriginal or Asian art to conservation or public programs. Find out more

Larger donations or gifts

The Gallery’s head of philanthropy is available to discuss larger donations or gifts of other assets, such as real estate, shares or proceeds from an insurance policy.

Support Sydney Modern Project

The expansion of the Gallery represents an unsurpassed public–private partnership. Join us now to bring this landmark project to life. Find out more

We cannot overstate the happiness that the project has engendered for the people whose lives can be so affected by their cognitive decline…The combination of people using their memory and imagination in a relaxing and non-threatening atmosphere, truly stimulates people and brings them joy.

- Michael Ryan, CEO, Holdsworth Community Centre & Services

A lot of things they did on the program, they definitely wouldn’t have had the chance to do otherwise… For a lot of our Aboriginal kids they don’t like to put their hands up and ask questions, and that’s another skill learned during the program.

- Jane Stanley, Aboriginal education consultant, Sydney region

Contact the Foundation

Jane Wynter
Tel 02 9225 1818

Fiona Barbouttis
Tel 02 9225 1684