Revolution 250 Support and Partnerships

SUPPORT THE REVOLUTION!

All support of Revolution 250 is processed by our fiscal agent, The Massachusetts Historical Society. Funds will be credited to and acknowledged by the Massachusetts Historical Society and Revolution 250. Corporate sponsorship is also welome.

Friends Tier ($50 - $99)

The Friends tier is open to individuals who are willing to make a minimum contribution of $50 or more each year.

Patriot Tier ($100 - $1,499)

The Patriot tier will make a minimum annual contribution of $100 for nonprofit and for profit organizations. They will be encouraged to collaborate with organizations participating at the Signature tier on signature projects.

Signature Tier ($1,500 +)

The Signature tier will be open to 501(c)3 and governmental organizations willing to make a minimum annual contribution of $1,500 and hosting and/or sponsoring a Signature Project. Signature projects are defined as an event, exhibition preservation project, or comparable program that will be consistent with the purpose of Revolution 250, national in appeal, and hosted in collaboration with other participants in Revolution 250.



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Upcoming Events

Online Event; Author Talk

The Strange Genius of Mr. O: The World of the United States' First Forgotten Celebrity

3Mar 5:30PM 2021
This is an online program

When James Ogilvie arrived in America in 1793, he was a deeply ambitious but impoverished teacher. By the time he returned to Britain in 1817, he had become a bona fide ...

Online Event; Seminar; African American History Seminar

From Jobs and Freedom to Jobs and Opportunity: Andrew Young, Growth, and the Illusion of Job ...

4Mar 5:15PM 2021
This is an online event.

This paper considers Atlanta mayor Andrew Young’s shifting ideas about job creation and economic opportunity to investigate how Democrats abandoned their 1970s goal ...

Online Event; Seminar; Environmental History Seminar

Climate in Words and Numbers: How Early Americans Recorded Weather in Almanacs

9Mar 5:15PM 2021
This is an online event.

As we begin to consider climate as an everyday problem, it's valuable to see how people did that in the past. With support from the Guggenheim Foundation, Joyce Chaplin ...

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