Heinz History Center
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Heinz History Center
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Celebrate the "can do" spirit and rich history of the Pittsburgh region by making a contribution to the History Center.

Your donation will directly support the History Center 's exhibitions, films, performances, and programs for children and adults, an ever-expanding collection of artifacts and archival materials, library and archival reference services, as well as fascinating and informative publications.

Can your employer match your gift? You can double or triple your gift if you or your spouse work for an organization that matches charitable contributions to the History Center . Please contact your organization’s Human Resources department for their matching gift policy.

You can also make a donation to the History Center by calling or 412-454-6445 or emailing evneely@heinzhistorycenter.org.

Recently, the History Center received the coveted 4-star rating from Charity Navigator for sound fiscal management and commitment to accountability and transparency.

  

Please note that the Senator John Heinz History Center's IRS legal name is the Historical Society of Western Pennsylvania.



Thank you for helping us make history!



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