Kimball Jenkins Annual Fund

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We know you value the power of Kimball Jenkins. Now, we are asking you to support and sustain that power with a tax-deductible donation to our Annual Fund. Your support at any level makes a huge difference. And, thanks to an enthusiastic benefactor, we’re offering a 100% challenge match for all donations between $250 and $5,000, made before December 31st. Your gift will be doubled automatically – doubling your impact on the lives of so many people.

Every time you enter – or even drive by - the iconic Kimball Jenkins campus, you can witness the power it has on the hearts and minds of the thousands who visit each year.

Social Impact.   Imagine the impact of an arts scholarship on a New American girl, smiling as she holds up a portrait she drew of her mother.  Think of the teens in our free art & mentoring program, building confidence as they work in real art studios, funded by a grant from the New Hampshire Charitable Foundation, and caring people like you.

Creative Energy.  Through the Yellow House windows, you glimpse some of our many art students, people of all ages and abilities advancing their skills and building creative community. 

Preservation.  The power of historic preservation shines through the gleaming new copper gutters on the Carriage House roof, installed by skilled craftsmen who preserved the original Munson slate with a grant from the NH Land & Community Heritage Investment Program (LCHIP) and donors like you.

Community Gatherings.  You see community gatherings of all kinds -- from fairy & gnome festivals to historic mansion tours, from weddings to celebrations of life, from birthday parties to corporate and nonprofit meetings – and you know everyone’s welcome at Kimball Jenkins.

Treasure.  You feel the power that the towering sycamore and copper beech trees, wide lawns, fine brick mansion and extraordinary architecture have on visitors young and old.

Please consider supporting our mission of enabling people to pursue activities that enrich their lives and contribute to the cultural well-being of our community.

You can support Kimball Jenkins by clicking DONATE, calling our offices at (603) 225-3932, or by mail to 266 North Main Street, Concord, NH 03301.

If you’re interested in joining the Kimball Jenkins Leadership Society with a 3-year commitment, please contact Althea Barton at | 603.415.1627.

Thank you, and remember -- you’re always welcome at Kimball Jenkins.


Althea Barton

Director of Outreach & Development

Kimball Jenkins is a 501(c)(3) non-profit and your contribution is tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law. Tax ID: 02-6055621

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


Support Kimball Jenkins Today!

2018: Year at a Glance.  In the past year, we have:

Welcomed and served thousands of people of all ages, abilities, income levels, cultures, and world views.

Celebrated the 20th anniversary of the School of Art with a huge birthday bash, open to all.

Restored the Munson slate roof and copper flashing of the 1870s Carriage House with a grant from the NH Land & Community Heritage Investment Program (LCHIP) and private donations.

Won a $200,000 LCHIP matching grant award to restore the Mansion roof!

Leveraged a grant from the New Hampshire Charitable Foundation to run an impactful art and mentoring program for teens.

Presented the ever-popular, 4th annual Princess, Fairy & Gnome Festival and Tea Parties.

Offered a Creative Recovery Program, free, where young women in recovery can explore and cultivate self respect, with help from the Haley Rae Martin Fund.

Given quality art classes year-round in sketching, drawing, painting in oil/acrylic/watercolor, printmaking, and pottery, and run special workshops such as Art as a Spiritual Practice.

Run 11 themed summer arts camps for kids and teens, many on full scholarship, and many for whom Kimball Jenkins was the highlight of summer.

Thrown lavish dinner party fundraisers amid priceless architecture and fabulous company.

Held monthly art exhibits in our galleries, free and open to the public.

Delved into the history of Kimball Jenkins with Mansion tours, costumed docents, and volunteer-led research.

Integrated architecture and technology with an innovative online MINECRAFT build of the Mansion, developed by a group of teens.

2019: Goals & Dreams

Give more arts scholarships to children in need.

Restore the slate roof and elaborate 3rd floor woodwork of the Mansion to protect our most valuable physical asset.

Hire a professional arborist to care for our champion trees.

Replace an outdated furnace with an energy-efficient model.

Expand our free programming to bring art, history and culture to an even wider circle of people.



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