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

Seminar; Digital History Seminar; Online Event

POSTPONED - Excavating Egyptology: The Emma B. Andrews Diary Project

26Jan 5:15PM 2021
THIS EVENT HAS BEEN POSTPONED

THIS EVENT HAS BEEN POSTPONED The Nile travel diaries of Mrs. Emma B. Andrews are an important yet underutilized resource for the so-called “Golden Age” of ...

Online Event; Author Talk

The Province of Affliction: Illness and the Making of Early New England

28Jan 5:30PM 2021
This is an online program

Afflictions of all sorts coursed through eighteenth-century New England – towns and cities set ablaze by epidemics, soldiers sickened and injured in the fight for ...

Online Event; Author Talk

Driving While Black: African American Travel and the Road to Civil Rights

1Feb 5:30PM 2021
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Driving While Black demonstrates that the car—the ultimate symbol of independence and possibility— has always held particular importance for African Americans ...

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