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Your Donation Saves Places For People

Our stories, our memories, and our lives are rooted in places. And these places matter. Remember, protect, and cherish them with the National Trust for Historic Preservation.

Ways of Giving: Individual Membership

Cincinnati's Music Hall

Membership of the National Trust for Historic Preservation has many benefits, from travel discounts to an award-winning magazine. See how you can help protect America’s irreplaceable architectural and cultural heritage.

Ways of Giving: Leadership Giving

Individual, foundation, and corporate donors work closely with the National Trust to significantly advance our critical work and create a lasting legacy.

Ways of Giving: Matching Gifts

Exterior of Lyndhurst mansion in the fall.

An easy way to increase the impact of your donation through corporate matching gifts. When you make a donation, your company can Double or even Triple the value of your generous gift in a manner of minutes.

Ways of Giving: Gift Memberships

half dome in Union Terminal

Give a National Trust gift membership to friends and family and you'll be giving them more than all the great benefits of regular membership. They'll get to experience an inspiring world of preservation. It's also another great way to extend your own support of our work saving America's historic places.

Ways of Giving: International Memberships

Miami Marine Stadium

An International Membership is an excellent way for individuals residing outside of the U.S. to experience the great benefits of membership with the National Trust for Historic Preservation.

Ways to Give: Planned Giving

Pullman House, Chicago

Protect the past by remembering the National Trust in your will or estate plan. Regardless of where you are in planning your estate, making a bequest is simple through a wide variety of options.

Please mail all checks to:

National Trust for Historic Preservation
600 14th Street NW, Suite 500
Washington, DC 20005

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