Make a gift to support the Natural History Museum of Utah
The Natural History Museum of Utah is committed to offering world-class, science-based programming that matches the extraordinary quality of its incredible new home, the Rio Tinto Center. To help sustain the Museum's suite of essential science and education programs — programs that enhance the quality of life for Utahns throughout our state and visitors from around the country — please make a tax-deductible gift to the Museum's Annual Fund.
You may give in several ways, including gifts in memory of and in honor of friends and family:
Thank you for your generous support!
You may also support the Museum through our membership program by visiting https://nhmu.utah.edu/membership
Join the Copper Club
Copper Club members receive a full range of curated experiences, like concierge service to design a one-of-a-kind Museum visit, expert-guided trips to remarkable Utah destinations, special opportunities to meet our scientists, and much more. Contributions begin at $1,000.
More information available here, or contact us at 801-585-3908 or by email.
Gifts in honor of Mike Getty
To make a gift in memory of Mike Getty, the truly remarkable Paleontology Collections Manager and Chief Preparator at NHMU, please click here
. To honor Mike Getty's
wonderful legacy, we are working to establish an endowment in Mike's name. Your gift will help create the Mike Getty Vertebrate Paleontology Fund, which will be used to support vertebrate paleontology fieldwork and research at the NHMU. An endowed fund at the University allows the Natural History Museum of Utah to continue to achieve excellence in vertebrate paleontology.
Gifts in honor of Ann Kelsey
On August 16, 2013 the Natural History Museum of Utah lost a dear friend and team member when Ann Kelsey, the Collections Manager of the Museum's Garrett Herbarium, passed away. We were deeply honored that Ann invited friends and loved ones to make a contribution to the Natural History Museum of Utah in her memory. Please click here for information
. Gifts made in Ann's memory will be dedicated for use in the herbarium, advancing the work she cared so passionately about.