In the S.K. Johnston, Jr. Family Gallery

Thank you for contributing to The Brinton Museum!

We appreciate our Donors, Patrons and Sponsors who help sustain The Brinton Museum, ensuring our longevity and value to the community.

Individual, corporate, foundation and memorial gifts help The Brinton Museum fulfill our mission of connecting the past, present and future of the American West through our historic Quarter Circle A Ranch, fine art and American Indian art collections.

Contributions allow us to offer quality exhibitions, educational programming and artist workshops, to acquire new and important pieces of art, and to preserve The Brinton Museum and the Quarter Circle A Ranch for generations to come.  Explore the various ways you can support below, or please contact our Development Office by calling 307-763-5933 to learn more about how you can help.

Annual Giving

Your contribution to our Annual Giving Fund helps fund general museum operations, educational programs, exhibitions, and regular maintenance to our grounds and facilities.

Special Donation Options

We offer many special options for donors wishing to support The Brinton Museum.  You can choose to adopt a piece of artwork for conservation, help with art acquisitions, or earmark your contributions for educational programs, upcoming exhibits, funding the restoration or construction of buildings, or scholarships to help children participate in one of our events.

We also offer options for Donor Advised Funds, Legacy Planning, and Gifts of Stock or Art.

Please contact our Development Office by calling 307-763-5933 to learn more about making a special, restricted donation.

Memorial & Honorary Donations

Make a Memorial Donation to honor a loved one or a Gift to show your appreciation. The Brinton Museum recognizes memorials and gifts in many ways, including hand-written cards to the family or honoree and announcements in our newsletter.

Corporate Sponsorships

We welcome businesses and corporations that wish to support art, history, and nature for the public to enjoy in northern Wyoming.  Your sponsorship of The Brinton Museum is an invaluable partnership.  For more information on how your business can help, please click here:

The Honoring Project

The Brinton Museum is serving as the fiscal agent for the Honoring Project. The goal of this project is to install a sculpture by a Native American artist, memorial benches and bricks dedicated to the memory of local volunteers, civic groups, churches and businesses in Sheridan County and the neighboring Native American people who invested in All-American Indian Days from 1953-1984.