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We Need Your Support

The Historic Gloria Dei Preservation Corporation does not receive government funding for our operations. All of our projects and endeavors are made possible by the talent and dedication of our board of volunteers.

Our funds primarily come from: unsolicited private contributions, donations from travelers, people who enjoy tours led by our board members and from grants. Your support is crucial for the preservation of this irreplaceable architectural and cultural legacy.

Any donation you make will help us do more to uncover hidden stories, repair this historic property and preserve this living history museum for future generations. Please donate as generously as you can to whatever option best fits your needs. You can make a one-time donation, support a specific project or become a sustainer.

Link to our IRS Determination Letter (PDF)

Make a One-Time Donation




Friends of Old Swedes

Contribute to the long-term preservation of this historic property by making a donation of any amount you desire.




100 Founding Members

Limited offer! This program is offered to the first 100 individuals who pay $1,000 or pledge $1,000.




Legacy Donors

Contribute to the long-term preservation of this historic property by making a gift through a will, a trust, an IRA or stocks.

Become a Sustainer




Landmark

Contribute to the long-term preservation of this historic property by pledging $250 annually.




Preservation

Contribute to the long-term preservation of this historic property by pledging $500 annually.




Heritage

Contribute to the long-term preservation of this historic property by pledging $750 annually.

Support a Project

Churchyard Map

Churchyard Mapping Project

Your support helps us pay for printing costs and website maintenance. These tools make it possible for descendants and loved ones to find their ancestors’ gravesites.

Churchyard Restoration

Your support enables us to repair gravestones that have decayed due to extreme age and acid rain. You can even earmark your donation toward the repair of a specific marker.