The Heritage Museum of Northwest Florida seeks donors to match funds


Steve and Ann Czonstka of Niceville, are asking the community to partner with them to double Museum dollars in 2016.  They have agreed to match all cash donations before the end of the year up to $17,000 with a potential in charitable contributions of $34,000.  The Czonstkas are requesting that matching funds exceed regular contributions of memberships and sponsorships.

For over 45 years the Heritage Museum of Northwest Florida in Valparaiso has been taking care of history.  This year, you can help take care of the Museum by making a charitable contribution in 2016.  Your monetary donation, plus matching funds, will support the Museum’s efforts to continue its service to our community with a variety of free and low-cost public programs, school tours that meet state standards for education, host annual heritage festivals, assist researchers in the library archives, and manage its historic collection and exhibitions.

If you have not been to the Museum in a while or have never been, now is a great time to stop by 115 Westview Avenue in Valparaiso, or visit www.heritage-museum.org, and see how the Museum is taking care of history – everyday.    Please take advantage of this opportunity and make a charitable contribution today helping the Museum double the chances to reach its full potential of $34,000.  You can make a difference and support historic preservation and history education in our community.

The Heritage Museum of Northwest Florida is a 501C3 non-profit organization.  Cash donations are tax deductible in accordance with the provisions of federal income tax laws.

Photo (above):  Steve & Ann Czonstka with Gina Marini, Heritage Museum of Northwest Florida


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