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History Partner Pledge

 

Make a three-year pledge to support WCHS!

The History Partners Pledge is a three-year program in which a contributing company or family can experience a range of exciting opportunities and benefits. Annual revenue from this program provides unrestricted critical support for WCHS operations. These pledges will help continue the mission of WCHS, to make Waseca County history available to all well into the future. With some appropriations eroding, we must make up the difference in unrestricted donations in our operations budget every year. Making a substantial donation as a History Partner Pledge accomplishes this goal for WCHS.

If you are interested in becoming a History Partner, contact Sheila Morris at 507-835-7700.

History Partner Pledge Form

History Partner COMPANY benefits: $1,000 level each year for 3 years

  1. Tax Deduction: WCHS is a 501c3 nonprofit organization.
  2. Recognition with your COMPANY name and logo:
    • In our History Notes newsletter published quarterly to 600 members all over the U.S.
    • On our website that averages over 3,000 hits daily; plus a link to your website
    • On a wind banner at our annual and special events
    • On a plaque for your company office lobby
  3. Education: Your COMPANY Day at the museum, on a special Saturday to be scheduled. Your employees and families would be invited for a private tour of the museum, including how artifacts are processed and stored; how to research your family tree; and how to navigate our website.

History Partner FAMILY benefits: $1,000 level each year for 3 years

  1. Tax Deduction: WCHS is a 501c3 nonprofit organization.
  2. Recognition with your FAMILY name:
    • In our History Notes newsletter published quarterly to 600 members all over the U.S.
    • On our website that averages over 3,000 hits daily; plus a link to your website
    • On a wind banner at our annual and special events.
  3. Education: Your FAMILY Day at the Museum, on a special Saturday or Sunday to be scheduled. Your family members would be invited for a private tour of the museum, including how artifacts are processed and stored; how to research your family tree; and how to navigate our website.