Major Gifts

Major Contributor & Sponsor Purpose

There are many ways to support the rare collection at the Museum while building your company’s brand, enhancing its reputation, reaching its customers and entertaining clients, media or employees.

Exhibit Sponsorship – The Museum is curating, researching, developing, designing, and presenting new exhibits that present remarkable vehicles and artifacts which give insight into their creation and their historic and cultural importance.  Exhibits present a wide range of ways for a corporation, business, or individual to be integrated.  This includes “presented by” naming rights, company history, trade marketing, events and social media exposure.

Education Program Sponsorship – Education is becoming an important endeavor.  We are reaching children, families and adults with informative, relevant and entertaining information.  Workshops, gallery talks and custom tours are in place and continue to evolve.

Gallery Sponsorship – The rare collection is organized around a number of unique galleries.  In the West Wing visitors walk through the history of agriculture that evolved from horse drawn to tractor powered mechanization.  Other venues include an early blacksmith shop, milking barn, and the evolution of household items on the farm, including a still!

The East Wing is currently being redesigned.  We have 45,000 square feet of showroom floor to create rotating exhibits that can expand on the agriculture and transportation displays and galleries currently featured.

Official Supplier Sponsor – Have your company become an “official _______sponsor” of a world-renowned collection and support galleries that expand on the story of agriculture and transportation.

In-kind Goods or Services – The collection is featured on 90,000 square feet of museum showroom floor.  Another 4,000 square feet of event space, gift shop, restoration shop, and offices support museum exhibits and galleries.  These facilities, parking, and a found art sculpture garden are located on 4.75 acres.  The job of maintaining and improving this facility is constant.  Contributions supporting this vital work play an important role in directing donor dollars to support its core mission.

Strategically located on I-5 at the gateway to Woodland, the Museum is located close to hotels, a variety of dining, antiquing, and agricultural tourism activities.

If you would like to know more, please contact development at 530.666.9700 or email development at

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