The Museum of Russian Art (TMORA) is a non-profit organization that relies upon charitable gifts to create programs and sustain operations. An IRS 501(c)(3) nonprofit institution, contributions to TMORA are tax-deductible to the full extent allowed by law.
Become a Member
The easiest way to support TMORA is by becoming a member. When you join, you receive benefits like 10% off at TMORA Shop, discounted or early access to event tickets, and free admission to the Museum year-round. Click here to join or renew your membership.
Legacy & Planned Giving
With more than 10 years operating as a non-profit, TMORA has gathered the support and recognition of pillar arts organizations and institutional partners worldwide. Underscore this legacy by committing to multi-year giving, and consider making TMORA part of your estate planning.
Russian Arts and Culture Society
The Russian Arts and Culture Society celebrates the mission of the Museum and honors those who support it with an annual contribution of $1000 or more.
Gifts of Stock
Gifts of fully appreciated stock for charitable purposes balance the tax impact of your investment gains. The Museum of Russian Art receives gifts of stock – click here to download more information, or contact Development & Membership Associate Allison Simms.
Tax Law Changes Effect Charitable Contributions
2017 Tax Legislation impacts charitable giving in the United States. Donors have different tax incentives, which are important to understand in the good stewardship of your finances.
- “Clumping” of charitable gifts
The standard deduction has doubled for both individuals (now $12,000) and couples ($24,000). This creates an incentive to clump your charitable contributions into one larger, itemized year and rotate that with a standard deduction in the next.
- IRA/SEP Required Minimum Distributions
Those 70½ and above may make charitable gifts from their IRA/SEP Required Minimum Distribution which do not accrue towards their total annual charitable deduction.