Pasadena Heritage Board and staff are working hard to bring historic preservation to your home. We continue to adapt to the current climate, expanding online resources and programming. We ask that if able, please donate now to help us during this time. Become our partners in preserving our architectural legacy for generations to come!
Donations support our efforts to preserve Pasadena’s unique and extraordinary historic architecture and cultural resources. Below are funds set up to support specific areas of the organization. However, there are many ways to support Pasadena Heritage! If you would like to find out more about ways to give to Pasadena Heritage, please contact the office by emailing [email protected] or by calling 626/441-6333.
General donations support the organization’s general operating costs, allowing us to continue our efforts to preserve Pasadena’s unique and extraordinary historic architecture and cultural resources, as well as educational programs.
The Advocacy/Preservation Fund specifically supports our organization’s hands-on efforts to preserve Pasadena’s unique and extraordinary historic architecture and cultural resources. A donation to the Fund will help us continue to carry out our preservation work.
Oral History Project Fund
The Oral History Project Fund supports Pasadena Heritage’s work to document the stories of architects, historians, and locals as part of our efforts to preserve the history of Pasadena’s architecture.
Dr. Robert Winter Memorial Lecture Fund
The Dr. Robert Winter Memorial Lecture Fund supports an annual illustrated lecture dedicated to Dr. Winter’s memory.
Madison House Fund
The 1893 Madison House serves as Pasadena Heritage’s headquarters. This Fund helps Pasadena Heritage maintain our unique offices.
Donations are also accepted over the phone by calling Pasadena Heritage or by mailing a check to our offices. All check should be made payable to Pasadena Heritage. Pasadena Heritage is a non-profit 501(c) (3) organization, and the amount of your donation is tax-deductible to the extent permitted by law.