donations to the Society are vital to the Society's continuing its work
and can be made by check payable to Danvers Historical Society P.O. Box
381 Danvers, MA 01923
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Use the above button for your donation to The Sustaining Fund, Thank You!
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Annual Appeal 2016 - Year of the Educator - The Sustaining Fund - please give
Danvers Historical Society is a Treasure Chest of stories to be told.
Join the Society’s Trustees, staff, and volunteers, to open up
this Treasure Chest for you, the Danvers school children, all those who
live in Danvers, college students from all over the North Shore, and
visitors from around the world.
In this, the Society’s 125th
year, the Society is being reborn with new educational and preservation
programs which nurture present and future programming while
safeguarding the collections of national class historic properties,
over 16,000 antiques and more than 100,000 photos, journals, posters
and other printed materials -- each of which has an interesting and
unique story eager to be told.
Today, the Trustees of your
Society ask you to join with them in supporting the Society Sustaining
Fund. It needs your generous support in whatever amount you can give to sustain the Society’s day to day operations.
Trustees and Staff values our connection with you. Please join in
the excitement of discovering and telling all these stories of our rich
heritage. ~ Thank you ~
Please use the donate button above or this form to participate and Thank you again for your support!
the Rose Garden at Glen Magna Farms. Restoration of this 110 year old
gem is just beginning. The center fountain is flowing again! Donate $50
and a Rose Bush will be purchased and dedicated as you direct. Please
use this form to participate. Thank you! Please email the office for details regarding installing a garden bench and/or planting a tree in your loved-one's memory.
Shoes For The Shoe Shop - a fundraiser, July through October 2015
your donations, The Ten Footer will become part of the 3rd Grade
History Week program with interactive exhibits and educational displays
throughout the Page Street Campus.
donate pairs of gently worn or new shoes to support the preservation of
the Mrs. Day Ideal Baby Shoe Shop. Drop off anytime at the Society
office, 11 Page Street.
The Danvers Historical Society will
earn funds based on the number of pairs collected. Anyone can
help by donating gently worn, used or new shoes. All donated shoes will
then be redistributed throughout a network of microenterprise partners
in developing nations. Impoverished people start, maintain and
grow businesses in countries such as Haiti, Honduras and other nations
in Central America and Africa. Proceeds from the shoe sales are used to
feed, clothe and house their families.
It’s a win-win for everyone!
Donated shoes will be given a
second chance and make a difference in people’s lives.
LEARN more about the Mrs. Day Ideal Baby Shoe Shop.