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Help support the ACHA by making a donation today!

The ACHA relies on your support to

      • continue our extensive educational programming and exhibits
      • preserve the Ten Broeck Mansion
      • and care for our gardens and collections.


    Your tax-deductible gift of any amount is greatly appreciated. The ACHA is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization.  Our EIN number is 14-6048668.  Please consult your tax and legal advisors for information on how charitable gifts affect your taxes and finance

Other ways to support the ACHA:

Bequests: please contact our Executive Director on how to include the Albany County Historical Association in your will.

Gifts of stock: gifts of long-term appreciated stock to charity may provide an additional tax benefit regarding tax on the built-in capital gain.

Gift Membership: the perfect gift!  give friends a gift membership to ACHA – the perfect birthday, anniversary, retirement, or holiday gift.  A gift membership gives twice: by supporting our programs and connecting the lucky recipient to our offerings.

Donations in honor of: when an event has a “no gifts please” request, make a donation to the ACHA in the honoree(s)’ name.  We are happy to create a customized card or certificate for you to give.

Matching funds for grants: ($500-$10,000) the ACHA welcomes restricted gifts for preservation work, our gardens, exhibits, and educational outreach programs.  Your gift helps us double our impact.

Education grant matches: ($250 per program) please let us know if you’d like to match a children’s or senior program or sponsor a lecture ($350).

Archeology Camp Scholarship: ($250) help make an immersive experience for students in need.  Students grades 5-10 conduct a real archaeological dig , have a field trip to the archaeology department of the NYS Museum, and present their discoveries at an open house . Their finds are catalogued and stored at the NY State Museum.

Internship program: (up to $500 per intern) grow the next generation of historians, archaeologists, educators, and curators when you help underwrite our long-standing internship program which provides critical hands-on career development for graduate, college, and high school students.

Please contact our Executive Director for more information.