Matching Gifts

Many companies have matching gift programs to optimize the impact of your donation. This is an easy way to double or triple your gift to the Massachusetts Historical Society, a 501(c)(3) exempt organization under IRS Code; EIN 042108374.

MAXIMIZE YOUR IMPACT IN THREE EASY STEPS!

STEP 1

Make your tax-deductible donation online, or mail a check to:

Massachusetts Historical Society
c/o Development
1154 Boylston Street
Boston, MA 02215

We also accept gifts through Donor-Advised funds and electronic transfers of stock or cash. Please email development@masshist.org for those instructions or to ask related questions.

STEP 2

Search for your and/or your spouse’s employer in the search bar below.
* Please note that some companies even match contributions made by their retired employees.

STEP 3

Follow your company’s instructions to submit the matching gift form online, or mail the completed form to the MHS at the address provided above.

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THANK YOU!

You just did something wonderful for the saving and sharing of history.

We will notify you when your matching gift has been received, and include this added support in your total recognition credit for our annual report on philanthropy.

 

Upcoming Events

Malgeri Modern American Society and Culture Seminar; Online Event

Writing Uncompensated Emancipation into the Lost Cause

27Oct 5:15PM 2020
This is an online program

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Online Event; Conversation

Jefferson: Then and Now

29Oct 5:30PM 2020
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The reputations of all of the founders have changed dramatically over the course of American history, none more than that of Thomas Jefferson. Historians Annette Gordon ...

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Success to the Literary Society! Black Male Youth Organizing in Early Nineteenth-Century Boston

5Nov 5:15PM 2020
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In 1841, a dozen or so African American male youth aged twelve to sixteen established the Young Men’s Literary Society in Boston with the stated aim to promote ...

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