Your contribution for the LBJ Presidential Library provides support by enhancing educational outreach and museum exhibits, administering grants for researchers and scholars and directing public programming.
Gifts directed to the LBJ School of Public Affairs at the University of Texas support the outstanding education it offers its graduate students in public policy and government affairs, community outreach, and global initiatives. Established by President and Mrs. Johnson in 1969, the LBJ Foundation is a non-profit organization that supports the LBJ Library and the LBJ School. These three institutions, all bearing our thirty-sixth President’s name, preserve his consequential legacy while pursuing his hopeful vision for the future. Gifts to the LBJ Foundation are tax-deductible. There are a number of ways to make your contribution.
Become a Member
Your membership provides direct support to the library and gives you access to some of the biggest names and brightest minds from across the country.
Play an essential part in helping us to achieve our institutional goals by volunteering your time and talent. Numerous opportunities are available.
The LBJ Presidential Library and LBJ Foundation strive to foster a culture of collaboration, inclusivity, and mutual respect, with the hope that all who work for our institutions have a sense of purpose in what they do and pride in where they work.
Shop with Us
All proceeds from The Store at LBJ benefit the LBJ Presidential Library.
The Store at LBJ
Whether you're looking to buy an LBJ-related momento from your trip to the library, or you're just a history enthusiast, we'll have something for you in our museum store.
Plan Your Legacy
Leave a lasting legacy with a planned gift facilitated by the LBJ Foundation.