About Giving to the Getty

About Giving to the Getty
Experts from North America and Europe meet with Getty Museum and Getty Conservation Institute staff to discuss the study and treatment of Jackson Pollock's Mural (1943). Painting: University of Iowa Museum of Art, Gift of Peggy Guggenheim, 1959.6. Reproduced with permission from the University of Iowa.


We invite you to give to the Getty and support our work as a cultural institution dedicated to the presentation, conservation, and interpretation of the world's artistic legacy. Your gifts will have an impact on everything from presenting world-class art exhibitions, to creating innovative education programs, to promoting groundbreaking research.

Join the Getty Patron Program

In recognition of your annual gift, you will receive benefits including special event invitations, in-depth access to curators and other Getty staff, and the opportunity to engage with fellow Patrons.

Exhibition Sponsorship

The Getty receives support from corporations and foundations for our dynamic array of exhibitions. We work collaboratively with corporate sponsors to create customized benefits that ensure strong brand recognition and high visibility. Foundations that share our vision help to take our exhibitions to greater heights with their generous financial support.

Corporate Partner Program

In recognition of their support, companies that join the Corporate Partner Program receive customized benefits that meet their philanthropic, marketing, networking, community engagement, and client hosting objectives.

Special Initiatives

The Getty's special initiatives involve collaboration among Getty programs, as well as partner organizations around the globe. This broad intellectual exchange results in stellar exhibitions, as well as groundbreaking research and conservation efforts. The Getty seeks support from individuals, corporations, and foundations for special initiatives such as Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA.