You may donate through Network For Good, below via Paypal, or in person at the Jim Gatchell Memorial Museum. Read below for more information.
We have some VERY EXCITING NEWS! An anonymous museum supporter is willing to match any donations made to our sustainability reserve campaign before December 31, 2019–Up to THIRTY THOUSAND DOLLARS! This is a pretty magical opportunity and we hope that you will help us leverage these funds to benefit the museum and community.
If you would like to donate directly to support the projects and programs of the Jim Gatchell Memorial Museum, please consider donating to the museum’s restricted funds.
These funds are used solely for their defined purposes and are built by the generosity of our donors. No county/taxpayer funds are included.
Current and ongoing projects include:
The Jim Gatchell Memorial Museum collects artifacts that tell the rich and unique history of Johnson County. Photographs, clothing, documents, art, and memorabilia are just a portion of what the Museum collects.
While emphasis is placed on those items specific to Johnson County’s history, the Museum will occasionally collect objects from outside the area, especially if they enhance already existing collections, or are representative of objects generally available in the area.
The Museum is committed to preserving the history of the community for future generations. To that end, special care is given to collections in the areas of handling, exhibition, and storage. Acid-free storage materials, low light levels, and good housekeeping are just a few of the ways the Museum ensures a long life to the objects entrusted to its care.