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The Pottery Museum of Red Wing operates 100% on the support and contributions of generous donors.


The Pottery Museum of Red Wing has been built, filled and funded by donations of individuals' time, money and collections. There is no admission fee to the Museum. Contributions from individuals, in any amount, help cover essential operating

costs, such as staff, electricity for lights, heating and cooling, security, insurance and maintenance. 


Members of Friends of the Pottery Museum of Red Wing and the Capital 300 Club along with area funds and foundations helped 

pay off the contract for deed in 2016. The building is paid for but the operating costs mentioned above are ongoing. Please consider becoming a sustaining member and have $10, $20 or other amount donated automatically from your credit card or

bank account. 


How do I make a gift to the Museum?

You may use a credit/debit card on this website by clicking on the "Donate" button below to connect to Paypal to donate. 


You do not need a Paypal account.


You may also call the Museum Manager at 651.327.2220 to make a donation by phone.


Another option is to mail your donation to:

Pottery Museum of Red Wing

240 Harrison Street

Red Wing, MN 55066


Every donation in any amount counts toward keeping Red Wing pottery history alive!
 

Pay with PayPal or a debit/credit card

Additional Information

Is my gift tax-deductible?
Yes. Donations to the Red Wing Collectors Society Foundation / Pottery Museum of Red Wing are fully tax-deductible within the limits of the law. The RWCS Foundation is recognized as a federal tax-exempt organization under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code.
 

Are there other ways to help the Pottery Museum of Red Wing?
Yes. The Red Wing Collectors Society Foundation accepts historic documents, other paper memorabilia, production items of the pottery industry and also items that can be auctioned in special auctions held throughout the year.
 

Are there any other ways I can help?
Yes. Donate your time assisting at the Pottery Museum. Volunteers are needed to share their knowledge, teach classes, serve as guides, etc.

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