Southern Maine is our shared home. That means we have shared history. In a place this vibrant, we must preserve our past and learn from it to make the Kennebunks and its surrounding communities the best they can be.
Since 1936, the Museum has worked to become a trusted and strong cultural institution. You have supported us the whole way. We grew from a single building (1930s) to a campus of five buildings (1950s). Now, we embark on some of our biggest ventures to date, and your support means more than ever.
Thank you for your incredible support and sponsorship this year. Because the Museum does not receive federal, state or town support, the Museum depends solely on support like yours!
You decide what to support with your dollars. We truly appreciate your decision to ignite personal connections to local history, art and culture through your support of the Brick Store Museum.
FOUNDATIONS & GRANTORS
Bauman Family Foundation
Historic New England
Maine Arts Commission
Maine Humanities Council
Margaret Burnham Charitable Trust
Mrs. James Sage Coburn Fund at the Hartford Foundation
Morton-Kelly Charitable Trust
Narragansett Number One Foundation
National Endowment for the Humanities
Perloff Family Foundation
Virginia Hodgkins Somers Foundation
The Brick Store Museum is charged with preserving and sharing the stories of our human experiences in the Kennebunks and its surrounding communities for future generations. As a private non-profit organization, we likewise receive no federal, state, or town funding.
Thank you for your tireless support of the arts and humanities in your community.