SHOW YOUR BONSAI LOVE
You Make My Heart Sing
This spring, we invite you to share the gift of beauty. Our goal is to raise $25,000 by Sunday, May 9 to support the care of our bonsai that bring beauty to the hearts of so many. As a thank you for your contribution, we are offering four, Kusamono-making Experiences led by renowned artist Young Choe.
With Mom in Mind
Mother’s Day is just around the corner! Making a kusamono with your mom, either nearby or from afar, or in her memory, would be a lovely way to make your hearts sing.
We have four gift options to choose from depending on how hands-on you want to be:
Support Our Collection
and select your Kusamono Experience thank you gift
Support Our Collection
and give a Kusamono Experience as a gift
THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT!
Nature and friends are profoundly important. When times are tough, a breath of fresh air and feeling seen by friends can make all the difference to get us through. The bonsai are always here for you offering calm, patient beauty. Can you be there for them, too, in the spirit of friendship? Befriend a Bonsai today.
GIVE A GENERAL GIFT
You can help connect people to nature today with your gift to Pacific Bonsai Museum. Your support of the Museum’s work to care for this premier collection will make a world of difference.
Pacific Bonsai Museum is a 501c3 nonprofit organization. Our Tax ID number is 61-1727426
become a member
When you are a member of Pacific Bonsai Museum you are part of a vibrant community! Join fellow members in making a difference by supporting the Museum’s premier bonsai. Enjoy the perks of membership!
Join at the $100 level or higher and you’ll receive free admission to more than 900 museums in North America.
Gifts of Stock
Pacific Bonsai Museum accepts gifts of stock.
We encourage you to consult your tax advisor about personal tax benefits that may be gained through gifts of appreciated stock. To transfer securities, contact your stockbroker.
Grantee George Weyerhaeuser Pacific Rim Bonsai Collection (legal name, doing business as Pacific Bonsai Museum)
Grantee Broker TD Ameritrade
DTC Number 0188
Account Number 488 428 621
Questions? Please contact Kathy McCabe at firstname.lastname@example.org or 253-353-7345.
LEAVE A LEGACY
Your planned gift to Pacific Bonsai Museum is a thoughtful way to share your love of the Museum with future generations. When you choose to leave a charitable gift to the Museum through your estate you leave a legacy and secure the Museum’s financial future.
Align your company’s brand with Pacific Bonsai Museum, a powerhouse in the burgeoning world of bonsai art. We offer customized marketing packages for sponsors. Curious about how we can help your company? Contact Kathy McCabe at 253-353-7345.
Like to help out in person? When you volunteer you can give your time and talent to help with special events, bonsai care and educating visitors. We love our Museum volunteers!
We extend our heartfelt gratitude to everyone who contributes to the Museum’s mission–connecting people to nature through the living art of bonsai.
Pacific Bonsai Museum members, donors, volunteers, grantors and partners
September 2020 – December 2020
Patrick & Jennifer Buckholz
Jeanne & Jim Burbidge
Connie Raphael Bonsai Study Group
David De Groot
Anthony & A.J. Fajarillo
Greater Tacoma Community Foundation
Phyllis & Mark Griggs
Mark & Nancy Haley
H. David Kaplan
Evelyn La Fond
RADM John Lockwood
Alexandria & Charles Manalo
David and Christine Marshall
Kathy & Bob McCabe
Shayla Miles & Jeremiah Wiley
Michael & Bernadette Monroe
Family of John Naka
Aarin & Emily Packard
William & Claudia Packard
Ann Margaret Phelps
Michael & Roslyn Pollock
Grant & Kathy Rauzi
Kyle Reiter & Rohre Titcomb
Millie & Craig Russell
Katharine & Gary Severson
Caroline Sherman & Deborah Stanfill
Darlene & Ira Sisson
American Bonsai Society
George & Kim Suyama
Joyce Mitsuko Tamaru
The Good Coin Foundation
Michael & Darlene Thorsen
Sheri & Jeffrey Tonn
Vern Van Houten
Kathryn Van Wagenen Bryan & Robert Bryan
Mary Lou & Dirk vanWoerden
Gail & Bill Weyerhaeuser
Kayla & Corydon Weyerhaeuser
Kunfeng Scott Wu
Funding has been provided by Humanities Washington and the National Endowment for the
Humanities (NEH) as part of the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act
economic stabilization plan of 2020.