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Organization name: yakima valley museum

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CA-21510-88Challenge Programs: Challenge Grants for MuseumsYakima Valley Museum and Historical AssociationChallenge Grant12/1/1986 - 7/31/1990$350,000.00VersaC.K'ang   Yakima Valley Museum and Historical AssociationYakimaWA98902-3766USA1988American StudiesChallenge Grants for MuseumsChallenge Programs03500000350000

To support the renovation and expansion of the museum to provide greater storage space, meeting rooms, permanent exhibition galleries, and archival areas.

CH-20932-02Challenge Programs: Challenge GrantsYakima Valley Museum and Historical AssociationPreserving Yakima's Legacy: A New Museum for A New Century.12/1/1999 - 7/31/2005$450,000.00Cynthia Wells   Yakima Valley Museum and Historical AssociationYakimaWA98902-3766USA2002History, GeneralChallenge GrantsChallenge Programs04500000450000

Renovation of the existing facility, and endowment for exhibits, humanities programming and curatorial positions in education.

CH-50837-11Challenge Programs: Challenge GrantsYakima Valley Museum and Historical AssociationEnsuring A Future For Yakima Valley's Heritage12/1/2009 - 7/31/2016$500,000.00JohnA.Baule   Yakima Valley Museum and Historical AssociationYakimaWA98902-3766USA2010U.S. HistoryChallenge GrantsChallenge Programs05000000494962

Endowment for humanities exhibitions and programs.

The Yakima Valley Museum is embarking on a $2,000,000 fund development drive to add $80,000 to its annual revenue stream for the support of its humanities staff and the exhibits and programs these staff members produce. The Yakima Valley Museum is a regional AAM-accredited museum with important collections and a commitment to serving a diverse population in a relatively rural location. It is the only professional organization in the region with an emphasis on collection and interpretation. It is privately supported and has enjoyed significant philanthropy for both its capital needs and its operations. The current initiative is to ensure the public has access to, and opportunities to learn from, its collections and programs in the humanities by continuing to be able to tell the stories of the Yakima Valley and its diverse peoples.

GM-26028-99Public Programs: Humanities Projects in Museums and Historical OrganizationsYakima Valley Museum and Historical AssociationSouthern Columbia Plateau Pictorial Beadwork10/1/1999 - 7/31/2000$10,000.00JohnA.Baule   Yakima Valley Museum and Historical AssociationYakimaWA98902-3766USA1999Native American StudiesHumanities Projects in Museums and Historical OrganizationsPublic Programs1000009790.750

Consultation with scholars and other advisors to plan a new exhibition on the changing styles and messages in Plateau Native American beadwork with the onset of the reservation period.