Organized in 1956, the Auxiliary supports The Mint Museum by raising money to support educational offerings for the community and to fund acquisitions for the Museum's permanent collection. The Auxiliary has grown from a small group of 60 women to 600 members spanning seven generations. To date, the Auxiliary has donated over $14,500,000 to The Mint Museum including funds and acquisitions. The six-decade partnership between the Mint Museum and the Mint Museum Auxiliary has been rich, strong, and beneficial to both the Museum and the city of Charlotte.
A prerequisite for membership in the Auxiliary shall be an interest in the Mint Museum and a willingness to participate in programs and projects of the museum, especially those sponsored by the Auxiliary. Active Members are encouraged to volunteer for an Auxiliary event, an Auxiliary committee or at the Mint Museum. Dues are $100 for Active Members and $125 for Associate Members. In addition to Auxiliary dues, all members are expected to maintain a membership at the Mint Museum.
Thank you for your interest in the Mint Museum Auxiliary. We are now accepting new member applications for 2020, please click here to complete our online application.
If you are a current member and interested in volunteering with the Mint Museum Auxiliary please contact Elizabeth Fagg.
The Nominating Committee of the Board consists of the President, President Elect, the Immediate Past President, the Active Member Coordinator, and up to three at large members. To expand our reach within the Auxiliary and fully develop the leadership potential of our Active Members, the Nominating Committee is seeking nominations for Board and Fundraising Project Chair positions. All nominations are strictly confidential and will be evaluated according to experience and skill set.
If you'd like to nominate yourself or someone you know, please complete the Nominating Form and email it to Sarah Fisher or mail it to: MMA 338 S. Sharon Amity, PO Box 405 Charlotte, NC 28211.
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