You or your business can make Revolutionary History this year!
In addition to providing memberships, the American Independence Museum offers other opportunities for both individuals and business entities to profoundly impact its operations in the short and long-term.
For individuals, our Leadership Giving Circles represent a tremendous opportunity to experience NH history in a unique way. You may invite friends, colleagues and family to visit the Museum and also enjoy complimentary admission to select events throughout the year. You will also receive periodic updates on our operations–grant awards, collection status, program development–that will provide you with meaningful information on Museum operations that is generally not public knowledge.
Giving Circle members receive:
Complimentary Partner memberships,
Guest passes to share our story with friends and family,
Free admission to select special events, and
Invitations to special leadership giving events.
John AdamsGiving Circle
- 5 guest passes for Museum tours
- Up to $45 non tax deductible
Benjamin FranklinGiving Circle
- 10 guest passes for Museum tours
- Up to $75 non tax deductible
Thomas JeffersonGiving Circle
- 15 guest passes for Museum tours & American Independence Festival
- Behind the scenes tour for your family and friends
- Up to $475 non tax deductible
Gen. George WashingtonGiving Circle
- 25 guest passes for Museum tours & American Independence Festival
- Behind the scenes tour for your family and friends followed by a reception on our patio
- Up to $875 non tax deductible
Business and Corporate Entities
Our Business Partner program is designed for businesses who would like to give back to the community and get involved in one of the most significant historical museums in all of Northern New England.
Featuring a world-class collection, including a first-copy of the Declaration of Independence and an original Purple Heart awarded by George Washington, the American Independence Museum is looking to build on its tremendous success in recent years. Join us as we enhance our collection, introduce new exhibits and expand our programming within historical and culturally rich Exeter, which served as NH’s state capital during the Revolutionary War. Support NH History!