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July 28, 2015


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I think it would be a great idea to have a donation tracker for this fundraiser, so people have an idea of how much has been donated and what contributions need to be made!

FIDM Museum

When you text to donate, you'll see the current total! A live scoreboard will be available by our official August 4th launch date. Watch the FIDM Museum Facebook and Twitter feeds for updates. Contributions of any size are very welcome!


Looks awesome...but either the earliest piece cant be the doublet from 1610, or you don't have clothing from Queen Mary. She died in 1558...so if something in the collection was worn by her, it would have preceded the doublet.


What is the campaign's $$ goal?

Sheila Morris

I don't have texting capability...how can I donate?

FIDM Museum

Thanks for your support Sheila! You can donate online or by check here: http://fidmmuseum.org/support/donate-online/

Our goal is $2.5 million, and we've already raised more than 20 percent of that! Follow our progress here: http://t2g.bidpal.net/Scoreboard/slideshow

Sonja Carlin

I love the social media campaign!

FIDM Museum

Sorry about that, Hope! Try this link:http://t2g.bidpal.net/Scoreboard/slideshow

Kimberly Chrisman-Campbell
Social Media Manager
FIDM Museum Galleries
919 South Grand Ave.
Los Angeles, CA 90015
213.623.5821 x7708


john mike

That is great initiative keep it up.

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