(Image: ROE 2.0 Group Exhibition | January 28 – March 4, 2023)

Support Woman Made Gallery – Donate Today!

Woman Made Gallery began in 1992 as the final project for two art students who visioned a dedicated space for women artists. Today, we are building Chicago’s nonprofit center for women and non-binary artists through exhibitions, membership, and community dialogue programs.

When you make a financial contribution to Woman Made, you are joining us in our work, strengthening our community, and fueling opportunities that launch healthy artistic careers. We are grateful for contributions at any level, be it $100 today, $25 a month, or $10 when you can.

Gift Stock Stock and crypto are the most tax-efficient ways to donate for your personal tax return.
Gift a DAF Grant Give from your Donor Advised Fund from your existing account at another financial institution.
Gift an Endowment Give a one-time donation that can provide a percentage of returns every year for decades.

Woman Made Gallery is a 501-c-3 tax-exempt not-for-profit organization. Donations are tax-deductible as permitted by the Internal Revenue Service. Woman Made Gallery’s Federal Identification Number is 36-3840956. 

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Donor Recognition

Your donation supports our year-round mission, and we want to acknowledge your commitment in the following ways. Giving at or above $500 annually, we welcome you as a donor and offer you the following benefits to enjoy.

Looking for membership benefits? Sign up for WMG membership here.

Presenting Donor

$3,000+ annually or

$250 monthly

  • Donor recognition at a WMG opening reception in the calendar year of contribution
  • All Art Angel level benefits

Art Angel

$1,250 annually or

$105 monthly

  • Donor recognition at the annual WMG Fundraising Event.
  • All Art Patron level benefits.

Art Patron

$500 annually or

$45 monthly

  • Invitation to exclusive donor exhibition preview events.
  • Early access to WMG’s annual Fundraising Event.
  • Invitation to annual meeting with WMG’s Board of Directors.

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