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Two tables of ten, name recognized in the event invitation, program, and webpage, a full page with premiere placement in the custom tribute book, and complimentary valet parking at the Fairmont Copley Plaza for named sponsor
Table of ten, name recognized in the event invitation, program, and webpage, a full page with prominent placement in the custom tribute book, and complimentary valet parking at the Fairmont Copley Plaza for named sponsor
Table of ten, name recognized in the event invitation, program, and webpage, and a full page in the custom tribute book
Six dinner reservations, name recognized in the event invitation, program, and webpage, and a half page in the custom tribute book
Corporate sponsorship opportunities are also available by contacting the Events Office at 617-994-5934 or [email protected].
The tribute book will recognize The Historic New England Medal recipients and will be a hard-bound book with your name and personal message.
Individual reservations will be on sale in late fall 2022.
Pam and Bear Albright
David Feigenbaum and Maureen Meister
Terry and Dave Martland
Sandra and Holt Massey
Karen and Warren McFarlan
Tony and Kitty Pell
Kristin and Roger Servison
Checks may be sent to:
Historic New England
151 Essex Street
Haverhill, MA 01832
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Sponsorship gifts, tribute book pages, and donations are tax deductible to the extent allowed by law. A dinner reservation is valued at $200 and complimentary valet parking is valued at $40. The IRS does not allow gifts made through a charitable foundation or donor-advised fund to receive benefits. Please consult your tax or legal advisor regarding your specific situation. Historic New England is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization. Federal tax identification number is 04-2104937.
About Historic New England
Historic New England, founded as The Society for the Preservation of New England Antiquities in 1910, is the largest and most comprehensive independent preservation organization in the United States, and welcomes the public to thirty-eight exceptional museums and landscapes, including several coastal farms. The organization operates a major collections and archives center in Haverhill, Massachusetts, and has the world’s largest collection of New England artifacts, comprising more than 123,000 decorative arts and objects, and 1.5 million archival documents including photographs, architectural drawings, manuscripts, and ephemera. Engaging education programs for youth, adults, and preservation professionals, and award-winning exhibitions and publications are offered in person and virtually. The Historic New England Preservation Easement program is a national leader and protects 119 privately owned historic properties throughout the region.