ways to give
Here is a brief video statement about us in case you need a little more encouragement:
As a non-profit organization, the Chinese Historical Society of America relies on the generosity of our community, individual members, corporations, foundations, and public agencies to support our mission of serving as a steward of the Chinese American narrative. Your support is crucial in helping CHSA promote the history, culture, and legacy of Chinese in America.
Donate to CHSA
Donate to the Chinese Historical Society of America today, and help support CHSA in promoting the history, culture, and legacy of Chinese in America! CHSA is a registered 501(c)3 organization. All contributions are tax deductible (Federal Tax ID#94-6122446). For assistance to to get more information please reach out to Angela Mazza at email@example.com.
Employer-matching gifts are also welcome!
Recent donations received through employer matching programs have included companies such as Google, American Express, and PG&E. Ask your employer or contact CHSA for information on submitting a matching gift form from your employer.
There are many opportunities for you to be involved in our exciting work. Opportunities for volunteers are always changing depending upon the needs of the museum. Please complete the online volunteer application to get started.
- Online Event Assistant – Assist with moderating online programs, monitoring chat rooms, and organizing the Q&A portion of events. Familiarity with Zoom is helpful, but not necessary. CHSA programs are generally Saturdays 1pm-3pm PT.
- Community Connections – Write blog posts for our Community Connection series. Volunteers can also help edit incoming submissions. Click here for past examples.
- Anniversary Dates Project – Research and/or design social media infographics highlighting important dates in Chinese American history.
- Bruce Lee Research – Provide research support for the upcoming We Are Bruce Lee exhibit.
Have other skills to offer CHSA? Please let us know in the application what your skills are and how you can help CHSA