Thank you for your contribution to The Evangelical and Reformed Historical Society
It is through support such as yours that we are able to continue the work of preserving our artifacts and history as well as making them available to historians, researchers, and genealogists.
The Evangelical and Reformed Historical Society is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. Your contribution is tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law. No goods or services were provided in exchange for your generous financial donation.
The Evangelical and Reformed Historical Society depends on the financial support from donors and others who care about supporting the Society’s mission. ERHS is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit and donations are tax deductible.
The mission of the Society is to stimulate and cultivate interest in the heritage of the Reformed Church in the United States, the Evangelical Synod of North America, the Evangelical and Reformed Church, and the United Church of Christ; to collect and preserve material from the national and regional church and congregations and make it accessible to all who are interested; and to cooperate with other groups in the United Church of Christ, especially the Congregational Christian Historical Society, for the cultivation and preservation of church history
All contributors to the society receive the ERHS Newsletter twice a year and have access to the archives, where they can conduct genealogical and church historical research.
INDIVIDUAL AND FAMILY GIFTS:
- 1934 CIRCLE ($1,000 and up)
- SCHOLAR ($500 to $999)
- FELLOW ($250 to $499)
- HISTORIAN ($125 to $249)
- PATRON ($50 to $124)
- FRIEND (Up to $49)
CHURCH, GUILD, ASSOCIATION, CONFERENCE, and INSTITUTIONAL GIFTS:
- BUILDER ($500 and up)
- SUSTAINER ($250 to $499)
- SUPPORTER ($100 to $249)
- CONTRIBUTOR (Up to $99)
Contact us if you would like information on how to set up a Charitable Gift Annuity for the Society with United Church Funds or if you would like to remember the Evangelical and Reformed Historical Society in your will or estate plan, or would like information on how to do so.