- School & Youth
- Get Involved
Tax-Deductible Amount: $50
Tax-Deductible Amount: $65
Available to all full-time students.
Tax-Deductible Amount: $25
Tax-Deductible Amount: $250
Tax-Deductible Amount: $500
Tax-Deductible Amount: $1,000
Join Us To Make History!
The Historic New England Patron Program brings together our most engaged and philanthropic friends and supporters to celebrate our dynamic history and our creative future. This passionate group of donors share a love of New England – its architecture, art, antiques, landscapes, people, and much more.
We hope you will explore the many Patron Program benefits and take advantage of exceptional experiences to connect deeply to our mission and to each other.
Visionary Circle -$50,000 or more
President’s Circle – $25,000 to $49,999
1910 Founders Society – $10,000 to $24,999
Preservation Champions – $5,000 to $9,999
Appleton Circle – $2,500 to $4,999
History Non-profit membership is designed for historical societies, proprietors of historic properties, and small to mid-sized history museums that wish to collaborate with Historic New England in the preservation of historic buildings, art, artifacts, landscapes, and furnishings, and the celebration of the lives and stories of New Englanders.
This special membership category is exclusively for libraries and schools that wish to lend passes to their cardholders and students and receive Historic New England’s publications and special offers. It includes individual benefits for non-profit libraries and schools, with two membership cards for staff and/or patrons, each good for free admission for two adults plus children to all Historic New England sites.
Historic New England runs high-quality school and youth programs such as field trips, programs at your own school or library, and out-of-school time programs.
Can’t come to us? Our education staff can bring programs to your school or youth center, after-school group, summer camp, or vacation week program.
Business membership is a great way for your business to demonstrate its support for Historic New England’s efforts to preserve historic buildings, art, artifacts, landscapes, and furnishings, and to help save, share, and celebrate the lives and stories of New Englanders.