There are three ways to donate to the Museum of Public Relations:

  1. Financial support: Your tax deductible financial donation helps the Museum preserve, maintain and exhibit hundreds of rare, original materials documenting the  evolution of the public relations profession. As the  only archive of its kind in the world, the museum is increasingly called upon by business, academia, the media and government to provide content, data and visuals unavailable elsewhere. Donations may be made through our PayPal page, via check to our offices on Broadway (see address below) or email us for instructions to transfer securities to the Museum's brokerage account.
    Your funding helps the Museum with:
         — digitizing one-of-a-kind pamphlets, documents  and books to make them available online.
         — buying materials for our space at Baruch College, e.g., exhibit cases, signage, framing, and restoration supplies.
         — supporting part-time workers to assist with tours and lectures at the museum space and answering online queries.
  2. Papers, artifacts and books: We plan to continue building our collection with historically significant materials. One of our goal is to broaden our collection to include rare historical materials from countries outside of the U.S. Your donation is tax deductible and based upon the value of your materials. Kindly send us a note and photograph, if possible, describing the materials you would like to donate, and we will contact you. 
  3. Volunteering: As a nonprofit organization, we seek volunteers to serve in a number of capacities, depending upon one's skills, experience and interest. These could include: media relations, fundraising, event management and conducting tours. Kindly contact us with your CV and we'll be in touch.

Thank you

We'd like to thank these individual donors for their generous contributions

Individuals: Roger Bolton, Craig Carroll, PhD,  Ron Culp, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Feldman, Patrick and Patricia Ford, Mr. and Mrs. Jon Iwata, Joyce and Richard Newman, Bill and Doris Nielsen, Art Stevens, and Katherine Stinson and Richard Muldoon.
Organizations and corporations: Arthur W. Page Center for Integrity in Public Communication/The Pennsylvania State University,  Arthur W. Page Society, Council of Public Relations Firms, Gagen MacDonald, J.R. O'Dwyer Company, Inc., Navistar, New York IABC, PadillaCRT, Prime Research, and PRSA New York Chapter

Individuals: Mary Adams, Louis Capozzi, Stephen Dishart, Tiffany Gallicano, Rick Gould, James E. Grunig, Ray Hiebert, Kenneth Kerrigan, Betsy and Raymond Kotcher, Grace Leong, Walter K. Lindenmann, PhD, Katherine Stinson and Richard Muldoon, Shelley and Barry Spector, and Mark Weiner.  
Organizations and corporations: Arthur W. Page Center for Integrity in Public Communication/The Pennsylvania State University, Arthur W. Page Society, Baruch College, Corporate Communication International, Foundation for Public Relations Research and Education, Hofstra University, Jackson, Jackson & Wagner, LLC, MMGY Global, Multicultural Marketing Resources, Inc., National School Public Relations Association, Paine Publishing, Pearson Education, PR Council, Prime Research, PRSA, Spector & Associates, and The Yankee Chapter PRSA.

Individuals: James Arnold, Chris Atkins, Don Bates, Norman Brust, Harold Burson, Joan Capelin, Lou Capozzi, Joseph Cohen, Peter Debreceny, Stuart Ewen, Jean Farinelli, Patrick and Patricia Ford, Muriel Fox, Sharon Gamsin, Rick Gould, Bruce Harrison, Mary Henige, Rene A. Henry, Bill Heyman, Toni Muzi-Falconi, Mickey Nall, Joyce and Richard Newman, Vern Oakley, Herb Schmertz, Shelley and Barry Spector, Art Stevens, Katherine Stinson and Richard Muldoon, Barbara and Richard Virgil, and Mark Weiner.  
Organizations and corporations: Baruch College, Edward Bernays College of Communication Management, Bloom, Gross & Associates, Burson-Marsteller, Charet Associates, Corporate Communication International, Davis+Gilbert, LLP, Heyman Associates, Hofstra University, Open Roan Integrated Media, Arthur W. Page Center for Integrity in Public Communication, Prime Research, and Spector & Associates.

“The Museum of Public Relations at Baruch College cannot survive on adulation alone. As the only 501(c3) documenting the legacy of the public relations profession, we all have a stake in its growth and future. Let’s help tell the story of our collective story together.”

—Gerard Francis Corbett,  2012 Chair and Chief Executive Officer PRSA,  Instructor, UC Berkeley and Chair and CEO Redphlag LLC

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