With your museum membership, you too can play a vital role in supporting programs that preserve and share our community's rich history, art, and culture. We believe that it is the individuals in the community who have made Pasadena the distinct and exceptional city that it is today. And it is PMH supporters who are at the foundation of this museum's successes, past and future. In addition, museum membership offers significant benefits to you, your family, and friends.
The CARES Act provision that offers you a tax benefit in return for your generosity was extended into 2021. Donors can use a universal tax deduction of up to $300 on their 2021 tax return ($600 if married and filing jointly) if they take the standard deduction. Please consult your tax advisor regarding 2021 tax deduction opportunities.
A Proud History of Community Support
Expiration Dates Extended
As a thank you to our members, we will be extending all membership expiration dates. Members will be mailed new membership cards before we reopen in the Fall. For membership inquiries, please contact us at email@example.com
Our Founders Circle was established in 2000 and is made up of over 150 individuals and businesses. These members enjoy special benefits and unique, Founders-only events.
Whether researching business history, finding historic photographs, attending exhibition openings, or entertaining clients, businesses will find something of interest at PMH.
Corporate Matching Gifts
Make your donation go even further. Many companies will match their employees’ donations to nonprofits.
PMH is an independent nonprofit cultural institution funded by generous gifts from foundations, corporations, businesses, individuals, and our members. Tax ID # 95-6133954.
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