Membership runs for the calendar year, January 1 through December 31.
To make an additional general donation please use this button:
If you join between September 1 and December 31, your membership will be valid through December of the following year.
How do I join/renew?
Membership payments may be made by cash, check, or credit card.
With PayPal: Annual membership payments and additional donations are accepted by via PayPal. This may be done either in person at a program meeting, or by clicking on the appropriate membership level from the pull down menu here (Note: using this method does not require a PayPal account). You can either log into your PayPal account, or chose the option to “Pay with Debit or Credit Card”.
Since we mail out program announcements and the annual Journal, should your shipping address differ from your billing address, please uncheck “Ship to my billing address” and then enter both addresses as indicated.
In person: at a program meeting, fill out a membership form/envelope, include a check payable to Nassau County Historical Society. Hand the membership envelope containing your check to the president, treasurer, or membership chair. Your cancelled check is your receipt.
By mail: choose your membership category from the list at the top of this page, and mail your check, payable to Nassau County Historical Society (write membership category in the memo space) to:
Nassau County Historical Society
PO Box 207
Garden City NY 11530-0207
Your cancelled check is your receipt. Dues are tax deductible to the extent permitted by law.
How will my money be used?
Membership fees are vital to the financial health of this volunteer-run organization. Along with donations, they cover the costs of speakers, space rental for program meetings, printing and mailing of meeting notices and our annual Journal, administrative expenses, and insurance.
Why is the cost of membership so low?
We depend on volunteers for all our organizational work as in the work of the Board of Trustees in maintaining our website, to publicizing events, and keeping track of finances and membership roster. General members of the society, as they are able, are encouraged to assist at program meetings by helping with refreshments and general set up for the meeting. Spreading the word about programs and events is something all members can do help the NCHS. Your invitation to a friend or family member might be just the thing to get them to attend one of our events and then join the NCHS. For more details, speak to any member of the NCHS Board. We encourage memberships and donations at any time of year. Consider adding a few extra dollars to your membership to help us expand our programming capabilities.
What do I get for my membership fee?
Nassau County Historical Society is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.
Your contribution is tax-deductable to the extent permitted by law.
Members are eligible for:
- serving on the Board;
- voting in elections;
- preferred registration/admission for program meetings, or special events, held at historic sites and locations, which are not usually open to the public.
Members receive meeting announcements approximately 5 times a year, with early notice of special events, and the Nassau County Historical Society Journal, an annual publication with in-depth articles and other informative pieces. Questions about your membership may be sent to: Denward Collins, III, Membership Coordinator
Denward Collins, III
NCHS Membership Coordinator
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