Jacobsburg Historical Society is a Non-Profit Organization
The Jacobsburg Historical Society, a tax-exempt organization under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Service Code, raises money through events, grants, annual support, and major gifts to preserve the art and industry of making early American firearms and the character of the individuals and community that created and sustained that enterprise.
Supporting the Jacobsburg Historical Society
The Society’s programs are currently presented to the public via visitor center exhibits, a historic house museum, living history encampments, school programs, a monthly community lecture series, a youth history day camp, a number of publications, and early American craft courses. The Boulton Heritage Walk and the Pennsylvania Longrifle Museum at the Henry Homestead will be completing projects that will add to the rich diversity of the Society’s interpretive and educational program.
There are many ways you can support the Jacobsburg Historical Society:
- unrestricted contributions;
- historical items to add to our collection;
- gifts designated for a particular museum or program;
- gifts of stock or other appreciated property; and
- trust arrangements and bequests through your will.
Your contributions can help us to preserve this rich heritage. For more information about making a charitable contribution to the Jacobsburg Historical Society, please contact the Society office at 610-759-9029 or contact us here.