Why Give?


Individual $15 Family (immediate) $25 Supporter $100 Contributor* $250 Patron* $500 Benefactor* $1000+ Click for membership form *Entitles the holder to membership in the Lordly 1806 Fund. Membership entitles the holder to one vote per person at the Society’s Annual General Meeting, assistance with research, newsletters and notifications of special events. Donations of one-time or cumulative gifts at all levels are recognized within the Society.
The Chester Municipal Heritage Society was established in 1981 to promote and cultivate awareness of the unique heritage of the Municipality of the District of Chester for the enjoyment and benefit of present and future generations through the preservation of historically significant properties and the delivery of educational programming.
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Support Us
You can support the Society by joining as a member, becoming a volunteer, donating artifacts or making a financial donation. Financial donations to the Chester Municipal Heritage Society help us to continue in the continued preservation of Lordly House, Maple Cottage, Chester Train Station and Lordly Park. Support also helps us with research and special projects, mounting events and exhibits, staffing our museums and providing outreach to all areas of the municipality as we progress toward a truly municipal museum. We are a registered charity and can issue a tax receipt for the full amount of your donation. We happily accept donations in memory or donations aimed at a particular program. Volunteer The Chester Municipal Heritage Society is always looking for people who are willing to participate by: helping with research retelling local and personal stories sharing genealogy providing older photographs to be scanned for our collection helping with programs and participating in activities.
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