Make a Gift



Give a gift by phone - please call 626-405-2290 to make your contribution now.


Give a gift by mail - send your check to:

Huntington Library, Art Collections, and Botanical Gardens

Office of Advancement

1151 Oxford Road

San Marino, CA 91108


Other ways to give:

Membership   •   Tribute/Memorial Gifts   •   Matching Gifts   •   Gifts of Stock   •   Gifts In Kind

Planned Giving   •   Society of Fellows   •   Special Initiatives   •   Corporate Partners

Make a Gift


Tribute / Memory Gifts

Honor the special person in your life—parent, spouse, grandchild, friend—or any memorable occasion! If you would like to let the honoree know about your gift, we'll send them a special gift acknowledgment. Please select an amount above and then include their name and address at checkout.


Matching Gifts

You can double your contribution to The Huntington if your employer offers a corporate matching gift program. Check with your Human Resources department and pick up a form to include with your gift. We do the rest. Corporations that match gifts will be recognized in our Annual Report.


Gifts of Stock

Stock that has increased in value is one of the most popular assets used for charitable giving, once it has been held for a minimum of a year. Making a gift of securities offers you the chance to help The Huntington while realizing many important benefits for yourself.


If you intend to make a gift of stock or cash wire transfer, please email Lorena Patlan, Planned Giving Coordinator, or call 626-405-2296.


Gifts in Kind

You can meet The Huntington's needs by donating non-monetary gifts of tangible goods or services. In-kind gifts support our programs and build our collection, contributing to our overall success. While acquisition policies vary among divisions (Library, Art and Botanical), the decision to accept a gift-in-kind for the collections begins with the division’s staff.


For more information on gifts-in-kind, please email Amanda Greenberger or call 626-405-2263.



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"The Huntington is a place where nature, science, art, and humanities are always ready to inspire and make a difference. I encourage you to take part and support this world-class dynamic place." 

- Randy A. Shulman, Vice President for Advancement 




About The Huntington

The Huntington Library, Art Collections, and Botanical Gardens is a collections-based research and educational institution established in 1919 by Henry E. and Arabella Huntington. Henry Huntington, a key figure in the...

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