Preserving the real places and the real stories of Texas.
  • Participants enjoyed a game of badminton during the Mayfest festival in RockportParticipants enjoyed a game of badminton during the Mayfest festival in Rockport
  • An archeology field school in San Felipe de Austin begins to uncover Texas' Colonial pastAn archeology field school in San Felipe de Austin begins to uncover Texas' Colonial past
  • Education is alive at San Felipe!Education is alive at San Felipe!
  • Children enjoyed the traditional Maypole dance at Mayfest in RockportChildren enjoyed the traditional Maypole dance at Mayfest in Rockport
  • Diversity Intern Idali Reyes at the Texas Holocaust and Genocide Commission meetingDiversity Intern Idali Reyes at the Texas Holocaust and Genocide Commission meeting

2014 Development Seminar Series is Now Open for Registration!!
 

Who Should Attend?

Volunteers and staff interested in learning more about securing philanthropic support for their organization. The Development Seminar Series is especially suited for small organizations with limited staff such as historic preservation organizations, small museums, County Historical Commissions or other nonprofit organizations.

The Development Seminar Series highlights best practices and facilitates dynamic group interactions to help teach fundraisers how to achieve their goals.

Click here to learn more.

Shop for a Cause

When you shop, you preserve Texas history. So, shop away! The Friends of the Texas Historical Commission has partnered with iGive where you can shop the stores you know and love - over 1400! Select the Friends of the Texas Historical Commission as your cause of choice and a percentage of what you spend is donated to the Friends. You can use the iGive website, iPad/Android apps, or the iGive button.

Visit: www.igive.com to learn how you can shop and make an impact on Texas historic preservation.

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