THE TOMORROW FUND
Please consider a donation to THE TOMORROW FUND of Worcester Historical Museum to ensure that when we reopen our doors – and we will – your favorite museum experiences and programs will be ready for you. Your support continues to be critical as we move confidently toward the future of our museum, and the shared stories that make us Worcester.
Worcester Historical Museum preserves Worcester’s history – past, present, and future shares our community’s stories, and connects people in meaningful ways. As a non-profit organization, we rely on admissions, program fees, membership, event sales, and donations to maintain this unique 145-year commitment to Worcester.
Rest assured that during this time WHM is planning for the future. We are talking with our trustees, donors, members, and friends. We are holding committee meetings remotely on Zoom and other platforms. Our lean staff of nine is productively working from their homes and will be ready to rebound quickly when we return to the museum.
Current projects include:
• Working on the reinterpretation of Worcester’s storyline for the Fuller Industrial Gallery with contractors and architects to arrive at final plans to complement the work of our exhibit team and historians.
• Preparing for our major exhibit PRETTY POWERFUL: 100 Years of Voting & Style − the storyline has been drafted and we are filling the gaps in the Costume Collection with community loans and contributions.
• Documenting COVID-19 in Worcester at http://www.worcesterhistory.org/covid. At WHM, we are collecting stories, in partnership with WPI, of how our community is understanding and experiencing the current “new normal.” This archive will become part of the permanent collection of WHM and will be available, like our recent LGBTQ+ findings, via DigitalWorcester.com link from of website. TODAY is TOMORROW’S HISTORY.
• Continuing to embrace technology and social media to interact with and grow our audiences, keep them engaged remotely, and provide leisure and social connection during this challenging time. Follow us on Facebook and Instagram for daily historic and fun posts or take a tour of Revolutionary Worcester at http://www.worcesterhistory.org/revolutionaryworcester with special thanks to WPI digital historian Joe Cullon.
Thank you for your continued participation and support.
Make an impact today!
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