Washington County

Historical Society

2020 Annual Fund

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Against the otherwise cheerless backdrop of COVID-19, we’ve had the pleasure of witnessing something truly amazing this year at WCHS, with the introduction of several new initiatives such  as Laid Back History and our upcoming Underground Railroad exhibit, Arcs of Freedom. The pandemic has neither slowed our work, nor dampened our enthusiasm. 

 

As we strive to continue this very significant work, we humbly ask that you consider contributing to our 2020 Annual Fund.

  

We’ve set a goal of $20,000 for this year’s Annual Fund.

    

With matching pledges totaling $10,000 from our Board of Directors and Stradigi Virtual Marketing, every dollar contributed through January 31, 2021 will be matched dollar-for-dollar up to $10,000 – giving your contribution an even greater positive impact.

   

Click here for a letter from 2021 President-elect, Lucy Northrop Corwin.

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You can download a contribution form by clicking on the collage of images to the left, or donate online by clicking the Donate Now button below.

Total Impact of Donations

with Matching Funds

$24,580

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Show your Support of the

Washington County Historical Society

 

  

Make a donation of $25 or more to the 2020 Annual Fund and we will send you one of our new Unmask History face masks.


Show your pride in this region's history, and your support of the Washington County Historical Society by making a donation today.

About Us

The Washington County Historical Society administers several sites—the Francis J. LeMoyne House, the LeMoyne Crematory, the Norma K. Grimes Research Library and the Washington County Frontier History Center.  The Historical Society utilizes these sites to educate the public through offering tours, special events, outreach programs and research services.  As the repository for Washington County heritage, the Historical Society maintains an extensive collection of documents and artifacts.

 

Mission

The Washington County Historical Society endeavors to collect and preserve Washington County's history, to increase awareness and to educate the public about the history and national significance of Washington County.  It is also the responsibility of the Historical Society to preserve the sites under its administration.

WCHS on the third floor of the County Courthouse in 1926

The Washington County Historical Society

49 East Maiden St.

Washington, PA 15301

​(724) 225-6740

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The Washington County Historical Society

We depend on your donations in order to preserve the history of Washington County, PA. These donations provide unlimited resources to the community including museum tours and educational outreach programs.

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