Donors & Support

Thank you to those who enable us to educate and inspire.

Whether you are donating in honor or memory of someone, or giving to a specific initiative or program, there are many ways to engage with the Museum.

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Support a unique teaching landmark and one of America's best stories.

Students and guests from around the world have visited the Museum and left with a new sense of historical knowledge, reflection, and empowerment. Between seeing the original F. W. Woolworth's lunch counter and exploring The Battlegrounds -- containing the narratives of creative and strategic struggle for civil rights in the United States -- the Museum is a comprehensive experience. 

Captured in a metropolitan Atlanta, Georgia primary school, seated amongst his classmates, this photograph depicts a young African-American schoolboy who was in the process of drawing with a pencil on a piece of white paper. Note that the student was focused on a drawing book that referenced fantasy flying planes, while intent on creating his artwork, seemingly oblivious to all the classroom goings-on that surrounded him. It is important to know that objects, including pencils, crayons, paper, etc., are known as fomites, and can act as transmitters of illnesses.

Major Annual Programs

Programs may not fall on the same calendar date year-to-year.

Civil Rights Gala

Simkins Golf Tournament

Integration Celebration 

Fall Campaign