Development and Membership

Development and Membership

The dedicated team within the Development Department at Museum of the Rockies (MOR) plays a pivotal role in ensuring the sustainability and growth of the museum's core activities. Their primary focus is to create meaningful experiences for members and donors while raising essential funds to support a wide range of initiatives, including captivating exhibitions, educational programs, engaging public events, vital capital projects, and much more.

With a comprehensive understanding of the importance of philanthropy, the department diligently works towards securing financial support from various sources. They actively identify, cultivate, and steward relationships with individuals who are passionate about MOR's mission, including trustees, major donors, and members. Additionally, the team engages with institutions such as foundations, government agencies, and corporations, seeking their partnership and support in advancing the museum's impactful work.

Beyond fundraising efforts, this talented team is also responsible for ensuring the utmost satisfaction and engagement of museum members. They meticulously oversee all aspects of member relations, striving to create a sense of belonging and appreciation among this valued group. By organizing exclusive events, providing personalized communications, and offering unique opportunities, they aim to foster a strong and lasting connection between members and the museum.

Through their dedicated efforts, the Development Team at MOR serves as a vital bridge between the museum and its supporters. By fostering meaningful relationships, securing financial resources, and nurturing a vibrant membership community, they contribute to the long-term success and impact of Museum of the Rockies.

If you would like to support the museum's mission and help ensure its continued success, we encourage you to consider becoming a member, making a donation, or volunteering your time and talents. Together, we can preserve and celebrate the unique heritage of the Northern Rocky Mountain region for generations to come.