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Donations

The Heritage Fund

The Manchester Historic Association's Heritage Fund sustains the organization's operations. Your donation enables the Association to operate the Millyard Museum and the Research Center for the benefit of the public; to maintain its collection of artifacts, documents, books, and archaeological materials; and to present school and public programs. The Association serves a wide range of constituents, providing meaningful educational and enrichment opportunities.

Help the Association today to collect, preserve and share Manchester's history! Your donation in any amount is appreciated and makes a difference.

The Manchester Historic Association is a (501)(c)(3) charitable nonprofit educational organization. Your contribution is tax deductible.

Make a donation by telephone by calling (603) 622-7531.

 

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Make a donation by mail by downloading the donation form. 

Memorial Gifts & "In Honor of" Gifts: Use this form to make a gift in memory or in honor of a loved one.

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28th Annual Historic Preservation Awards

Virtual Event - Click below to Watch! Please consider making a gift today in support of the Manchester Historic Association and our mission to collect...

A LOVELY AUTUMN MORNING CEMETERY TOUR AT MOUNT CALVARY CEMETERY

Saturday, October 10, 2020 10:00 a.m. - noon Mount Calvary Cemetery  $10 Manchester Historic Association members - $15 General Public Pre-r...

Now on Exhibit: Manchester's Urban Ponds

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Super Saturday Dual Pass

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History at Home

Over the past few months, the MHA has been producing worksheets about Manchester history. We hope that these free resources can be used to teach chil...

Manchester Historic Association Is Open!

We are excited to announce that the Manchester Historic Association has reopened to the public!   We are looking forward to welcoming people bac...