Join the Friends of the Hermitage

Become a Member

A great way to support the Hermitage Museum is becoming a member! Museum members’ dues provide essential financial support for the operations and programming of the Friends of the Hermitage, the nonprofit, membership-supported organization that funds 100 percent of the operation of the Hermitage Museum. The loyalty of members deepens our reach into the community; members also help us expand programs by working as volunteers. The Board of Trustees has drawn many of its strongest leaders from membership, and strong membership support is a key criterion of giving for many corporate and foundation donors.

To become a member and join the Friends of the Hermitage click here.

Maple Syrup Membership Drive

A new member of the Hermitage Museum? Receive a free 8 oz bottle of maple syrup, tapped from the maple trees at the Hermitage and processed by the Hermitage Master Gardeners.



Donate Today

The Friends of the Hermitage accepts gifts of cash to be applied to the general operating fund or to a restricted fund of your choice. If you wish to honor the memory of a family member or friend or to honor an individual or group, consider making a gift to the Friends of the Hermitage. We will inform family members and honorees of your gift according to your instructions.

The museum accepts corporate matching gifts and donations as part of estate planning.

To donate today click here.

If donating by check, please make your check payable to Friends of the Hermitage, Inc.,and mail it to:

The Hermitage Museum,
335 North Franklin Turnpike
Ho-Ho-Kus, NJ 07423

Support the Hermitage in your community! 

We’re participating in the ACME Giving Tag Program! Purchase a $3.00 reusable GIVE BACK WHERE IT COUNTS Bag at any ACME store and use the attached Giving Tag to direct a $1 donation to the Hermitage Museum.

We’re participating in the Stop & Shop Giving Tag Program! Purchase a $2.50 reusable Community Bag at any Stop & Shop store and use the attached Giving Tag to direct a $1 donation to the Hermitage Museum.