The New-York Historical Society depends on support from generous individuals, foundations and corporations, as well as public funding received through city, state and federal grants. For more information or to support a special project, please call the Development Office at (212) 485-9271.
The New-York Historical Society offers engaging programs for learners of all ages. Opportunities for support range from sponsoring school workshops or teacher professional development classes, to underwriting teen programs, family learning activities, or the American Musicals Project.
The New-York Historical Society produces an ambitious schedule of large-scale and intimate exhibitions that showcase its extraordinary collections. Supporting these exhibitions will help contribute important, new scholarship and raise awareness of the significance of American history.
The New-York Historical Society’s collections include some of the most treasured art, artifacts and documents that record important moments in American history. Conservation funds will help preserve these irreplaceable collections so that they can be used for research and educational purposes in the future.
The New-York Historical Society Museum and Library operations depend on the essential support of members and friends through gifts to the Annual Fund.