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If you believe that our state’s historic and cultural heritage deserves to be preserved and shared, we welcome you to become a part of the Washington Trust for Historic Preservation! The best way to support our mission is through a tax deductible donation or membership. It is only through your support as a donor or member that we are able to accomplish our mission to save the places that matter in Washington state and promote sustainable and economically viable communities through historic Preservation.

Preservation Circle

Members who donate $1,000 or more annually become part of the Washington Trust’s Preservation Circle, recognizing the leadership giving of our most committed members. Members at the Preservation Circle level are entitled to preferred membership benefits, including invitations to exclusive events and tours at unique historic properties, as well as additional recognition opportunities. Preservation Circle members have toured the little-seen historic Japanese baths at Seattle’s Panama Hotel and tasted fine wine at one of Washington’s only Frank Lloyd Wright houses. Contact us to join our Preservation Circle today!

Other Giving Opportunities

The Washington Trust for Historic Preservation welcomes deferred or planned gifts to protect the places that matter for future generations. These gifts may take the form of a general bequest, real estate, life insurance, IRA/pension/retirement Funds, and life-income gifts (such as a charitable gift annuity, charitable remainder trust, or charitable lead trust).

Estate planning should be undertaken with the assistance of a legal or financial adviser who can help in determining the optimal planned gift for your personal situation, as well as the tax benefits for you and your family. If you have already included the Washington Trust in your estate, please let us know! We would love to express our gratitude, keep you informed of our achievements and, with your permission, publicly recognize your foresight and generosity.