How to Help
Your donation helps the museum to promote cultural awareness and maintain its commitment to preservation of the Central Savannah River Area’s African-American history.
Your donation to the museum helps support the following:
- Visual, performing arts, history, literature, preservation and leadership programs
- Educational Tours
- Educational Summer Enrichment Camps for children in low to moderate family income with focus on Computer, Education, Arts and History Programs.
- Children’s Academy Art Camps
- Annual Black History Essay Contest
- And more
Helping is Easy
Donations can be made by check or credit card through our online donation link:
To pay by check please make checks payable to the Lucy Craft Laney Museum of Black History.
Mail payments to: Lucy Craft Laney Museum of Black History, 1116 Phillips Street, Augusta, GA 30907
Corporate Matching Gifts – Increase the value of your contribution with a corporate matching gift. Many employers sponsor matching gifts programs and will match charitable contributions made by their employees. The process is easy and typically requires you to submit a matching gift form. Check with your Human Resources Department.
Planned Giving & Museum Endowment – By Planned Giving or donating to the Museum Endowment, you will help secure the place that the Lucy Craft Laney Museum holds within our community.
Corporate Sponsorship – Corporate sponsors make it possible for families, children, and researchers to benefit from our programs and exhibitions. With your support, the Lucy Craft Laney Museum of Black History will continue to reach thousands of visitors and program attendees. You will receive sponsor recognition on all advertising and PR efforts such as the museum’s website and newsletter.
Commemorative Brick ($250) – Leave your mark in Augusta history by purchasing a commemorative brick. Your personalized brick will provide a visible testament of your commitment to helping preserve the legacy of Miss Lucy Craft Laney.
Children’s Academy Educational Enrichment Programs
The museum’s Children’s Academy continues the legacy of Lucy Craft Laney by educating and exposing children and adults locally and beyond to the visual and performing arts, history, literature, leadership and improved educational skills.
Please support the museum’s children’s programs.