Planned Giving for
Your Legacy

While there are many benefits to supporting The Westmoreland, perhaps the greatest benefit is knowing that you have helped to introduce future generations to American art. Legacy gifts provide long-term support and ensure that the Museum will continue to grow and thrive, always welcoming all.

Please note that The Westmoreland Museum of American Art can not give tax or legal advice. Please consult your professional advisors prior to making a legacy gift.

A woman and a young girl looking at the painting “Mother and Two Children” by Mary Stevenson Cassatt, located in The Westmoreland’s 20th Century Gallery.

Types of Planned Giving


One of the common ways to make a planned gift is to include the Westmoreland Museum of American Art in your will or revocable
living trust in your will.

Gifts of Appreciated Stock and Other Assets

The Westmoreland accepts gifts of stocks and mutual fund assets. Please contact the Museum
for instructions.

Gifts of Plans and Policies

IRAs and qualified retirement plans like 401(k)s are some of the best assets to leave to charity. You may also designate the museum as owner and/or beneficiary of a life insurance policy.

Gifts of Art

If you are interested in donating a gift of art, please contact us for more information.

Please contact Rhonda Madden at or 724-837-1500 x130 if you are interested in finding out more.

A young girl running down The Westmoreland Museum of American Art’s concrete front steps towards the camera, with The Museum’s front entrance in the background, surrounded by bushes, trees, and flowers.