Your Club has steadfastly maintained a high level of programming and exhibitions in the visual arts through wars, depressions, and other national emergencies. From the Club’s inception, there has been a spirit and culture of philanthropy among our members. We are continually grateful to those members whose thoughtful generosity has made it possible for the Club to increase both its programs and membership. As we look to the future, we are mindful of ever-increasing expenses, not the least of which is preserving and maintaining our four important and historic buildings. Additional resources to ensure the growth and sustainability of the Providence Art Club will become even more imperative as we go forward.

Ways to support the Art Club today

If you'd like to pay a different way to donate to our organization you may send a check to the Providence Art Club, 11 Thomas Street, Providence, RI, 02903. You can also give us a call, and we'd be happy to take your credit card payment over the phone.

Other ways to support the Art Club now... and into the future

The Joan Boghossian Birthday Gift Challenge

In 2019 Joan Boghossian set a generous example by celebrating her milestone birthday with a gift to our Club. She also challenged all of us to follow her lead and celebrate our birthdays with a gift to the Club.


Mortgage Retirement Fund

Providence Art Club Buildings

We are already over halfway toward our goal. Donations to this fund will contribute to retiring the mortgage on our historic buildings.

Providence Art Club Endowment Fund


Our endowment insures that our Club will be here for the future – in good times and in bad. You can give to the endowment today or plan a gift to be added in the future. Help provide a financial foundation and annual stream of income that supports PAC in perpetuity. The Art Club endowment is held at the Rhode Island Foundation.

Leave a Legacy -  The Florence B. Kane Society

The Florence B. Kane Society honors members who made provisions in their estate plans to provide a gift for the benefit of our beloved Club to carry out its mission “For Art Culture”. [More about Florence B. Kane]

Florence B. Kane

The Providence Art Club is a 501(C)3 non profit corporation. It is suggested that you discuss with your financial advisor the relative tax advantages of bequests, gifts of cash, securities, etc. for the present and ultimate benefit of the PAC.