North Tonawanda History Museum The Board of Trustees of the North Tonawanda History Museum are pleased to announce two new initiatives to enable supporters to invest in the preservation and presentation of the history of North Tonawanda: The Legacy Society of the North Tonawanda History Museum and/or the Lumber City History Center Stewardhip program. The Legacy Society of the North Tonawanda History Museum includes donations by bequests through your will, charitable annuity trusts, charitable unitrusts, pooled income funds, charitable gift annuities, charitable life insurance, and charitable lead trusts. Museum representatives recommend that you work with your attorney or tax advisor about how to use planned giving appropriate to your personal situation. Legacy Society participants will help insure the permanence of the North Tonawanda History Museum. Each person who sends the History Museum a written statement of their intention to assist the North Tonawanda History Museum in any of those methods will immediately be listed as a member of the Legacy Society of the North Tonawanda History Museum and will be permanently memorialized in a plaque on the walls of the Lumber City History Center as such. Those wishing anonymity will be listed either as "Anonymous Donor" or with any description requested by the donor. Donors may keep the amount confidential. Planned giving donations may be designated for general operating expenses, programming, exhibit creation, collection stewardship, endowment for long term stability, capital campaign for Lumber City History Center renovation, or a purpose of their own choice. Through the Lumber City History Center Stewardship Program, you my choose to give a set amount monthly, either by check or by having it charged to your credit card (Master Card, Visa Card, or Discover Card) monthly for the amount you request. You may select the term of the pledge or establish it as a perpetual pledge throughout your lifetime. You may designate your pledge to be used toward general operating expenses or the capital campaign for Lumber City History Center renovation. Museum representatives suggest that those interested in learning more about joining the Legacy Society of the North Tonawanda History Museum or for information on becoming a Lumber City History Center Steward, contact them at the History Museum or by requesting an informational form by phone at 716-213-0554 or email at email@example.com. Donna Zellner Neal, Executive Director North Tonawanda History Museum Lumber City History Center 54WebsterStreet NorthTonawanda,NY14120 Phone: 716-213-0554 Website: www.nthistorymuseum.org Twitter:http://www.twitter.com/NTHistoryMuseum Facebook:http://www.facebook.com/nthistory Museum open Mondays , Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays in January: 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. The mission of the North Tonawanda History Museum is to assemble, preserve, protect, and exhibit collections pertaining to the history of North Tonawanda, its people and community life, focusing especially on our rich immigrant heritage and role as an important shipping and manufacturing center strategically located on the historic Erie Canal and Niagara River in the 19th and 20th centuries. As a research and educational institution, we plan to be both an active participant in the historical and cultural tourism focus of North Tonawanda and a focal point for students of all ages to participate in historical studies and activities of the City.
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