Financial support of the Archives is an investment in preservation, education and identity. By 2018, the Archives will be preparing to move from its small quarters and gather all its historical collections under one grand roof. We need your help in this and other ways. While the General Convention supports the Church’s basic archival program generously, the extras of conservation, advanced technology, and educational outreach are expenses that depend on our financial donors.
Gifts to The Archives of the Episcopal Church are eligible as tax deductible charitable donations. As an agency of the Domestic and Foreign Missionary Society, the Archives can assist donors with planned-giving and memorial oppourtunities. Contact Canonical Archivist Mark J. Duffy to learn more about ways in which a major gift could significantly enhance the Archives' historical work. Or use the Donate button to make a gift to the Archives preservation or building fund.
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You can help build and shape the history of The Episcopal Church. The Archives exist by virtue of donors’ gifts that expand the many dimensions of our story. The Archives acquisitions program is strengthened by the historical records of Church organizations and the personal papers of individuals who have held important local, regional and national leadership roles. Offers of these gifts are welcome. They ensure that our compelling history is refreshed in all ages and reflect the full diversity of our effort to realize God’s mission for the Church. Please contact the Director of Archives for further information.