Germantown Mennonite Historic Trust is only able to thrive with the support of generous donors. We are a small organization; your gift of any amount goes a long way to help sustain our efforts!
Ways to Give:
Germantown Mennonite Historic Trust is a 501(c) (3) non-profit organization and gifts are tax deductible to the full extent of the law. Basic Membership donations are 100% tax deductible. The tax deductible amount varies by Sustaining Membership level. Questions? Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or (215) 843-0943. Our Federal Tax ID is 23-1884284.
Annual Membership Levels
Basic: Individual ($35), Household ($50) or Limited Income/Student ($25)
Sustaining Membership Levels:
$100-249 Jacob Knorr Member: Jacob Knorr was the master builder for the 1770 Meetinghouse, as well as other significant Germantown landmarks including Germantown Academy, Cliveden, and the Johnson House. Benefits include Basic PLUS
$250-499 Christopher Dock Member: Christopher Dock was an innovative Mennonite teacher who taught school for several years in Germantown and introduced the chalkboard to the classroom. His A Hundred Necessary Rules for the Conduct of Children is the first American book on pedagogy, published in Germantown in 1770. Benefits include Knorr PLUS
$500-999 Daniel Kolb Cassel Member: In 1888, Daniel Kolb Cassel wrote History of the Mennonites, the first Mennonite history book in America. He is interred in the cemetery next to the 1770 Meetinghouse. Benefits include Dock PLUS
$1,000+ William Rittenhouse Member: In 1690, Willam Rittenhouse was selected as the first pastor of the Germantown Mennonite congregation. In that same year, he also built America’s first mill for the manufacture of linen based paper. Benefits include Cassel PLUS
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