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How to get Involved

The Eastern States Exposition Foundation has a variety of methods by which friends can support its objectives. Gifts and bequests may be made to the Foundation in the form of cash, securities, real estate, personal property, life insurance, annuities, trusts or a percentage of your estate.
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Opportunities:

Youth and Agriculture – Contributions and bequests would provide support to sustain and enhance the competitive agriculture premiums offered at livestock shows and further the promotion of New England agriculture and agriculture education.

Eastern States Exposition Horse Show – A longtime tradition at ESE, contributions and bequests would be used to develop and sustain programs and enhance the premiums offered at our time-honored equestrian event.

Storrowton Village Museum – A unique group of 18 & 19th century New England buildings reconstructed on the grounds of ESE and maintained as a living history museum, created and given by the late Helen O. Storrow. Contributions and bequests would be used to improve the structures while preserving these outstanding examples of Early New England architecture.

Buildings and Grounds – Contributions and bequests would be used for the expansion and development of buildings and the 175-acre physical plant.

There is no limit to the frequency or the amount of the gifts that individuals, families or corporations may make during their lifetimes or through their wills. The Foundation will honor the express wishes of the donor in perpetuity.

The Foundation’s funds are managed by an elected Board of Directors, who utilize the expertise of The Eastern States Exposition to ensure maximum return on invested funds.

To learn more about the Eastern States Exposition Foundation and its programs, please join our mailing list or email us.

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