Patrons

Judd Foundation Patrons provide integral support for Judd Foundation and enjoy unique opportunities to engage with Donald Judd’s work and ideas. 

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Patron Benefits

All Judd Foundation Patrons receive:

  • Invitations for two to Judd Foundation events in Marfa and New York 
  • Invitations to Judd Foundation exclusive Patron Events, including the Judd Foundation Holiday Party at 101 Spring Street 
  • Early access to tickets for the Judd Foundation Benefit Dinner  
  • Reserved seating at Judd Foundation public programs in New York and Marfa 
  • 25% off Judd Foundation goods (Donald Judd Furniture not included) 
  • Recognition of support on Judd Foundation materials

Additional Individual Patron benefits include:

$1,000
($830 is tax deductible)

  • Two custom visits for up to two guests at Judd Foundation spaces in Marfa or New York

$2,500
($2,260 is tax deductible)

  • Two custom visits for up to eight guests at Judd Foundation spaces in Marfa or New York
  • A select Judd Foundation publication

$5,000
($4,560 is tax deductible)

Benefits as above, plus:

  • Opportunity to arrange a private visit for up to four guests to Casa Perez, Donald Judd’s ranch outside of Marfa (seasonal limitations and fees apply)

$10,000
($9,560 is tax deductible)

Benefits as above, plus:

  • Invitations to private dinners at La Mansana de Chinati/The Block in Marfa and the second floor of 101 Spring Street hosted by Rainer Judd and Flavin Judd 
  • Invitations to travel with Judd Foundation (past travel has included a curated tour of Donald Judd’s sites in Switzerland) 
  • Invitations to Donald Judd gallery and museum openings, talks, and events globally

$25,000
($24,560 is tax deductible)

Benefits as above, plus:

  • Opportunity to host a private event on the ground floor of 101 Spring Street in New York or at La Mansana de Chinati/The Block in Marfa (restrictions and direct costs apply)
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Planned Giving

With his legacy in mind, Donald Judd created the framework for what would become Judd Foundation in 1977. In your planning of your own legacy, we hope you will consider including a gift to Judd Foundation. A bequest of unrestricted funds will allow Judd Foundation to apply your support to the Foundation’s area of greatest need. You may choose to provide in your will that a specified amount or portion of your residuary estate be left to Judd Foundation. Judd Foundation also welcomes additional forms of planned gifts, including retirement plans, stocks, and restricted bequests. For more information on planned giving, please contact Hannah Parker, Senior Director of Development and Partnerships at hparker@juddfoundation.org.