You can play a vital role in helping the Lake Wales History Museum preserve and share history! Explore the many ways you can get involved.
GIVE TO THE MIMI HARDMAN COLLECTIONS AND RESEARCH CENTER CAMPAIGN
The Lake Wales History Museum announces a $125,000 fundraising campaign to create the new Mimi Hardman Collections and Research Center. This project will transition the museum’s collection into permanent storage and rehabilitate the historic 1916 Seaboard Airline Freight Station. Dedicated to the museum’s founder, Mimi Hardman, this new center will allow for the growth and proper care of the museum’s 44-year-old collection, future research and public access to the more than 25,000 items of Lake Wales’ historical items dating back to the 1850s.
JOIN THE FRIENDS OF THE MUSEUM
The Friends of the Lake Wales Museum, Inc. is a not-for-profit organization whose mission is to provide financial support and promote the Lake Wales History Museum. Membership contributions are a cornerstone of the Friends of the Museum’s support of the Lake Wales History Museum, and your donation makes a difference. Members receive discounts on retail merchandise and educational programs, advance notice of special events, and invitations to Members-Only events. CLICK HERE Version OptionsSupportHeadline Opens in New Window here for more information.
The Lake Wales History Museum is always looking for individuals and business partners who want to make a financial contribution to the museum. Please contact Jennifer D’hollander to discuss giving opportunities at 863.676.1759 or email@example.com.
Are you looking for a way to give back to the community and use your skills and talents? Do you love history, sharing stories, and being with others? From greeting guests to helping in collections, volunteers are needed in every area of the museum. Your time is a vital part of the museum and helps us so much. We would love to have your volunteer with us!
Volunteers are needed to help answer the phone, greet visitors, work in the collections, on events, historic preservation projects, exhibit installations, and more. The museum is self-guided, but we encourage questions from visitors as they experience the exhibits.
To volunteer, please fill out and return the Volunteer Application.
For more information, contact Bartholomew Delcamp at 863.676.1759 or firstname.lastname@example.org.