Kimball Jenkins Annual Fund


Kimball Jenkins is thriving culturally, but your financial contribution is crucial to continued success. Maintaining a historical mansion and running a community art school are expensive propositions. The stately brick Mansion, the Carriage House, the eye-catching Yellow House studios, the towering trees… without community support, they could be lost. If these are important features of your Concord landscape and living, please donate today.

This year we’re excited to announce a 100% match for all annual fund pledges between $500 and $5,000 a year, with a 3-year commitment. Please consider making a pledge at this level if you're able, as the match will instantly double your impact. For more information, contact Althea Barton, Director of Outreach & Development at

Monthly recurring contributions at whatever level - $50, $30, $15 or even $10 - help us budget efficiently and are much appreciated.

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To make a one time tax-deductible contribution to the Kimball Jenkins Annual Fund, click the Contribute button, call the office at (603) 225-3932, or send a check to 266 North Main Street, Concord, NH 03301. For more information, contact Althea Barton, Director of Outreach & Development at


The past year was especially impactful.

  • Haley Rae Martin Mural – Through the Haley Rae Martin Scholarship Fund, we empowered high school students to steer clear of the opioid crisis and get creative. The resulting 24’ x 36’ mural of the State House dome and a New Hampshire moose is visible from the highway, a symbol of the transformative power of art.

  • Big Bicycle Project – With support from sustaining donors, we inspired dozens of people – from a class of preschoolers to members of an American Legion Post – to create public art from old bicycles. The sculptures debuted at the Greater Concord Chamber of Commerce’s Capital Arts Fest, and were a popular draw along Main Street and around the city throughout the summer.

  • Art & Life – With a grant from the NH Charitable Foundation, we started a unique program combining art instruction with lessons in self-advocacy and problem-solving for a culturally diverse group of teenagers.

  • Summer Art Camp – Donations to the Carolyn L. Jenkins Scholarship Fund gave dozens of children the chance to attend enriching summer camps free of charge, including Fantasy Arts Camp, rated Best of 2017 by NH Magazine.

  • Summertime ART Sensorium, Wednesdays’ Wisdom, Concord Chats, Artists’ Receptions – Kimball Jenkins hosts over 200 classes, historic tours, concerts, festivals, and presentations each year, many of them free.

We are deeply grateful for every gift received, and we promise to leverage each dollar into more life-changing programs and community-enriching events!

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