Corporate Engagement

Join the New-York Historical Society as a corporate member and enjoy many exclusive benefits, including free admission for your employees and guests, private exhibition tours for your executives and clients, and the opportunity to host an event in one of New-York Historical's halls. Through corporate membership, you provide the critical general operating support that New-York Historical needs to carry out its historic preservation and educational mission.

For corporations interested in high-visibility sponsorship opportunities, the New-York Historical Society is pleased to offer specially designed partnership packages, with robust recognition and engagement benefits tailored to meet your company’s needs. Opportunities include major exhibition sponsorships, support for our K–12 educational initiatives, and sponsorship of our public and family programs.

For more information, please contact the Development Office at (212) 485-9277 or

Membership Levels

Matching Gifts

Many employers sponsor matching gift programs and will match any charitable contributions made by their employees. To find out if your company has a matching gift policy, please enter your employer's name below. If your company offers a matching gift, please fill out the company form (online or paper) and send it to:

New-York Historical Society
Development Office
170 Central Park West
New York, New York 10024
Phone: 212-485-9288
Fax: 212-874-8706

Women's History Corporate Council

The companies represented on our Women's History Corporate Council support New-York Historical's work with an annual contribution, and nominate an executive to be recognized as their Council member. These members receive exclusive invitations to Women's History Salon events with prominent women in business and media, like Sallie Krawcheck, Joy-Ann Reid, and Irin Carmon; private dinners and meetings with other members and New-York Historical Trustees and supporters; and fascinating lectures and discussions with historians. In recognition of its contribution, each company also receives a Corporate Membership at the New-York Historical Society, with suite of engagement benefits such as free general admission to the Museum for employees and guests, discounts on corporate event rentals, and volunteerism and youth mentoring opportunities for employees.

Members of the Women's History Corporate Council

  • Susy Clark, Centerbridge Partners, L.P.
  • Alessandra DiGiusto, Deutsche Bank
  • Alison Hanstead, White & Case
  • Kit Jackson, First Republic
  • Maria Neary, Northern Trust
  • Heather Nesle, New York Life
  • Frances Resheske, Con Edison
  • Elisa Shevlin Rizzo, Northern Trust
  • Amy Schneidkraut, Centerbridge Partners, L.P.
  • Connie Verducci, Bank of America
  • Robin White, AT&T

To learn more about becoming a Corporate Member and the Women's History Corporate Council contact 212-485-9277.