Community Access Partnership Program (CAPP)
The Community Access Partnership Program (CAPP) is an annual membership for social service agencies that provides free access to the Museum to under-served, low-income individuals who face significant barriers to arts and cultural experiences due to income, disability, age or health. The Contemporary Jewish Museum (The CJM) strives to ensure that its facilities, exhibitions, and programs are accessible, and that all of our visitors feel a sense of welcome, respect, and inclusion. We believe that positive arts and cultural experiences are essential to building health communities.

Organizations who join the Community Access Partnership Program benefit from:

• Two free customized guided tours and art workshops for your agency constituents

• Free admission to the Museum for your constituents year-round

• Information on Museum programs and exhibitions
  • Annual Fee

    All partnering agencies are assessed at an Annual Registration Fee of $50. If your agency is unable to cover the cost of the registration fee, they may inquire about financial aid options.

    For more information, contact or 415.655.7856
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    Phone number to reach your primary contact person
  • Please answer the following questions

  • The Museum is seeking to improve our culturally relevant services to diverse communities

    Please provide the racial/ethnicity data your agency collects from its participants by percentages (%) below:
  • Supporters

    Major support for Access Programs at The Contemporary Jewish Museum comes from Wells Fargo Foundation. Additional support comes from the Morse Family Foundation.