Corporate Benefits

Based on your corporation’s needs and commitment level, the Historical Society of Washington, D.C. staff will work with you to develop a customized package of benefits.

Fronds of the Botanic Gardens frame a view of the Capitol, ca. 1912. Photo by Gideon Hawley Baxter. (BX 017)

Fronds of the Botanic Gardens frame a view of the Capitol, ca. 1912. Photo by Gideon Hawley Baxter. (BX 017)

  • UNION STATION – $50,000
    Star underwriter for one year of Historical Society productions: exhibits, public programs, lectures, conferences, and educational events, PLUS all benefits listed below
  • ANACOSTIA PARK – $25,000
    Curator-led talk or D.C. history presentation for employees, underwriter listing for history awards and companion honoree videos, PLUS all benefits listed below
  • LINCOLN PARK – $10,000
    Full-page ad in Washington History, employee group volunteer opportunities, PLUS all benefits listed below.
  • ROCK CREEK – $5,000
    Table for ten at the Making D.C. History Awards, member benefits for ten employees, PLUS all benefits listed below
  • PRESIDENT’S PARK – $2,500
    Complimentary tickets to the two history awards events, member benefits for six employees, a link on DCHistory.org, PLUS all benefits listed below
  • MT. VERNON SQUARE – $1,000
    Member benefits for four employees: invitations to openings and special events at member rates, subscription to the biannual Washington History magazine, and membership in the North American Reciprocal Museum Association with hundreds of museums nationwide. Your company will be listed on DCHistory.org and in printed material, including Washington History and the annual report.

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To arrange for benefits:

  Phone: 202-249-3953

Community Partners

Mission

The Historical Society of Washington, D.C. is a 501(c)(3) community-supported educational and research organization that collects, interprets, and shares the history of our nation's capital. Since 1894, the Historical Society has served D.C.'s diverse audiences with unique collections, educational public programs, exhibits, and publications.