Pencil Drawing of Horace Greeley’s house in 1872
After many years of faithful service, our elevator has stopped working and will need a complete overhaul and update to make it operational. We have always welcomed our Seniors, neighbors with disabilities, and families with strollers to the Horace Greeley House, all of whom are dependent upon our elevator.
The price tag to put the elevator back in use is $65,000. We need your help now. Would you consider donating $100, $250, $500, $1,000 or more to help ensure that the Horace Greeley House can be enjoyed by the whole community?
The New Castle Historical Society is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit. Our members help us to discover, collect, preserve, and share the history of the Town of New Castle and maintain the preservation of the historic Horace Greeley House Museum. The Society does not receive any funding from town taxes, and relies on membership and donations.
The New Castle Historical Society relies on donations from the community to support Educational and Public Programs, Exhibits, Events, Research and the preservation and maintenance of the historical Horace Greeley House and local archives.
Corporate partners provide crucial support for the New Castle Historical Society’s programs. By joining, companies align themselves with an essential network of corporations that share a commitment to the historical and cultural vitality of the area. If you have specific questions about corporate partnerships, please email us today.
Volunteers are an essential part of the success of the New Castle Historical Society.
Each year, the Society relies on numerous volunteers to help with various projects. Becoming a volunteer is a wonderful way to learn more about the Society, meet fellow history enthusiasts, and contribute to the Society’s mission. If you are interested, please contact us by email.
The Museum Shop is located in the Horace Greeley House and features a curated group of items representing New Castle. Shop in person or online.