Every program, class and event at Wellfleet Preservation Hall is made possible by charitable donations from individuals like you. Gifts of all sizes make a big impact and keep prices affordable for everyone to enjoy our programs.
Wellfleet artist and board member, Ellen LeBow, begins a new round of her artistic commemorative tiles this Spring. This is a unique and affordable way to have your name permanently inscribed on tiles adorning the walls of the upper lobby in the Hall for a donation of $350 for a standard image or $500 for a custom image created in consult with Ellen. CLICK HERE to download your tile order form.
A sustainer program established to ensure continued excellence in programming for all ages and a long life for Wellfleet Preservation Hall. Please join your friends and neighbors and become a member of the Preservationist Society with a 10 year pledge for annual giving of $250 or more. CLICK HERE to see our current Preservationist Society members.
An array of possibilities exists at Wellfleet Preservation Hall for Donors interested in Naming Opportunities that connect you to a particular space or use of the Hall. Your donation at this level is recognized with an individual plaque and encourages leadership gifts from others. CLICK HERE to see a list of available Naming Opportunities.
By making a planned gift, you ensure that Wellfleet’s community cultural center continues to fulfill its mission of providing an open and accessible, rich and dynamic home for community gatherings and cultural happenings for the next 100 years.
Due to the generosity of the Founding family of donors who donated $1000 or more during the capital campaign we were able to open the doors to Wellfleet Preservation Hall in May 2011. These names are now permanently inscribed on the Founders Circle plaque in the entry lobby. CLICK HERE to see the Founders Circle.
We thank you for your generous support!
Wellfleet Preservation Hall is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization. Contributions are tax deductible to the extent allowed by law.