Giving Tuesday 2014

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Click here to make a gift in support of the Campbell House Museum.

After the hustle and bustle of Black Friday and Cyber Monday, today is Giving Tuesday – a nationwide movement to increase awareness and support for charitable organizations during the holiday season.

The Campbell House Museum might not be the first place to come to mind when you think “Charity”. After all, so many of our wonderful museums in the St. Louis area are supported by tax dollars and through government funding and thus are guaranteed a constant stream of revenue. CHM, however, is entirely privately funded and it’s only through the generosity of folks like you that we’ve been able to serve the St. Louis community for the past 71 years. A gift in support of the nonprofit Campbell House Foundation makes it possible for us to continue to serve hundreds of children in your schools, collaborate with other small area museums and keep up the Campbell House as one of the best restored 19th century buildings in America.

Students at the Campbell House last month. Education programs are made possible only through donor support.

Students at the Campbell House last month. Education programs are made possible only through donor support.

We’d love to have your support. A gift to Campbell House on this Giving Tuesday shows a commitment to St. Louis historic preservation and education and makes a strong statement that CHM is worth giving some of your hard-earned dollars. Please click here to make a donation quickly and securely online, call the Museum at (314) 421-0325 to donate over the phone or mail to 1508 Locust Street, St. Louis, MO 63103.

So, thank you from Robert and Virginia and all of us at CHM. Please come and see us soon!

The Campbell House Museum is owned and operated by the Campbell House Foundation, Inc., a 501 (c)(3) non-profit organization. 

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