Financials

To see the Museum’s most recent Form 990, click here.

To see the Museum’s most recent audited financial statements, click here.

Donor Privacy Policy

The National Liberty Museum (“NLM”) is an independent nonprofit organization classified as a tax-exempt organization under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. The NLM brings liberty to life through stories of people whose character and courage have expanded liberty for all. The Museum’s exhibits, educational experiences and public programs inspire visitors to think about liberty as an ongoing human quest that we all share.

The NLM is committed to respecting the privacy of donors. This Donor Privacy Policy describes the NLM’s current policies and practices with regard to the Personal Information we collect from our donors, volunteers, and supporters. This Donor Privacy Policy shall apply to the collection of information, both online and offline, including information collected thorough our website, mobile applications, and social media, as well as any other electronic, written, or oral communications. By submitting your information to the NLM, you consent to the terms and conditions of this Donor Privacy Policy, as well as those stated in the NLM’s Privacy Policy, incorporated herein by this reference, and to our using and processing Personal Information for the purposes stated below.

All NLM donors are entitled to information about the organization’s mission, the way the organization intends to use donated resources, and its capacity to use donations effectively for their intended purposes. The NLM also assures that information about donations will be handled with respect and with confidentiality to the extent provided by law.

Personal Information

The information the NLM collects and maintains includes, but is not limited to, the following types of Personal Information when it is voluntarily provided to us:

  • Contact information such as name, address, telephone number and e-mail address
  • Gift giving information (including payment information)
  • Information on events attended, publications received and special requests for information related to the NLM or its programs
  • Information provided in the form of comments and suggestions
  • Information provided by the donor in the form of comments and suggestions

Use and Disclosure of Personal Information

The NLM uses Personal Information to provide our donors, volunteers, and supporters with better service and with information about the NLM’s events and support/volunteer opportunities.

The NLM will not sell, rent, or lease your Personal Information to other organizations. Use of your Personal Information by the NLM will be limited to internal purposes and only to further the organization’s activities. We occasionally make portions of our member lists available for one-time use to other non-profit organizations, which do the same for us, in an effort to help the NLM grow. To opt out, please contact liberty@libertymuseum.org .

Discontinuing Contact Upon Request

The NLM will discontinue or change the method used to contact any person, including donors, volunteers, and supporters, as soon as possible upon that person’s oral or written request.

The NLM will maintain an electronic record of all requests for discontinuance of contact, whether written or oral, effective with the adoption of this Donor Privacy Policy. The NLM will maintain records to the extent necessary for legal or liability purposes.

Changes to the Privacy Policy

As the NLM grows or laws change, we may need to update or revise this Donor Privacy Policy. Accordingly, we reserve the right to update or modify this Donor Privacy Policy at any time, without prior notice, by posting the revised version of this Donor Privacy Policy on this website.

If you have questions about this Donor Privacy Policy or our use of your Personal Information, please contact liberty@libertymuseum.org.

Record Retention Policy

To see the Museum’s Record Retention Policy, Click here.

Whistle-blower Policy

To see the Museum’s Whistle-blower Policy, Click here.

 

 

We Can Be Heroes Exhibition –
Call to Artists

Philly Loves Bowie Week (January 3-12) is an annual volunteer production created by a family of committed fans of the superstar David Bowie who felt it was important to gather together as a community to celebrate a truly one-of-a-kind performer. The National Liberty Museum will be participating in these Bowie-themed events with an exhibition in our GlassAccess Gallery called, We Can Be Heroes.

Artists who use glass, clay, paint, pencil, video, and other materials are invited to submit their works which relate to the general theme of David Bowie. Learn more and apply to participate today.

Destined for the Stars
by Ricky Bernstein

Destined for the Stars, a solo exhibition of painted glass, aluminum, and mixed media wall-reliefs. will be on display in our GlassAccess Gallery from August 2 - December 2, 2019. In this limited-time show, artist Ricky Bernstein celebrates victories over life’s everyday challenges, making the point that we are all heroes in our own right. Don't miss the opportunity to see this colorful and imaginative display. Learn more.

Learn about the 2019 Awards of Valor Honorees

This annual awards program, presented by YOUR LOCAL CHEVROLET DEALERS, honors police officers, firefighters, EMTs and other emergency responders for extraordinary acts of courage, empathy, and meritorious service. The 2019 Awards have been presented to this year's honorees, Please click here for the names of the winners.

Chevrolet supports first responders. Learn more.

Read and Romp

Join us with your little learner, ages 2-6, for Read & Romp, an exciting hour of imaginative storytelling, interactive games, and creative crafts in the Museum’s galleries.

The upcoming Read & Romps will be held on Monday morning October 21. Check our events calendar for complete details.