The Paul Revere House  

"I called upon a friend, and desired him to make the signals. I then went...to the North part of town, where I had kept a boat; two friends rowed me across the Charles River...I set off upon a very good horse..."

Paul Revere, April 18, 1775

On the night of his famous midnight ride, Paul Revere called upon several reliable friends to help him. As an artisan, businessman, entrepreneur and industrialist, Paul Revere's name is associated with reliability, quality workmanshop and ingenuity. Over 230 years later the Paul Revere Memorial Association still relies on the help of special corporate and business friends. The Association has a record of successfully working with local business and national corporations on promotional sponsorships, prduct development and philanthropic ventures. We offer all manner of opportunities to businesses that want to partner with us - great exposure to our many visitors both on-site and on-line, remarkable programs that can carry a "sponsored by" banner, and numerous ways to reach Boston's many undeserved youth populations by supporting free programs.

Corporate Opportunities

Corporate Benefits

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Corporations that Team with Us Gain Opportunities

Tradition

  • 100 years of quality preservation and educational programs
  • Proud connection to Paul Revere, a national icon, a symbol of patriotism, quality craftmanship, reliability and entrepreneurship and an early Boston philanthropist
Exposure
  • Since opening as a museum in 1908, the Paul Revere House has welcomed almost 8 million visitors, 2.2 million in the last ten years.
  • Serving over 200,000 visitors on site annually including 18,000 school children and an additional 30,000 through a range of outreach programs.
  • The Paul Revere House is a National Landmark and is the 11th most visited historic home in the nation.
  • Our web site, www.paulreverehouse.org, has received 60M hits, and 1.3M visitors since 1998.
Community Service/Helping Children
  • We offer free admission to North End residents as well as North End schools and community groups.
  • Thousands of children benefit each year from free programs are provided for Boston public schools and for neighborhood and community center after-school and summer camp groups.
Opportunities
  • The Association is open to promotional efforts that are responsibly crafted and tasteful while providing maximum benefit to our visitors and to corporate sponsors including but not limited to:
    • Tie-in with corporate incentive programs and promotions
    • Prominent placement on our web site
    • Listings in flyers, newsletters, posters and other Association promotional materials
    • Banner or poster at the Paul Revere House
    • Media events: print and broadcast
    • Special VIP Tours
    • Tickets for employees

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Corporate/Business Friends of Paul Revere

The Association welcomes support from the business community. We encourage you to consider joining us.

Initial Benefits

  • Recognition as a special "Friend"
  • The distinction of contributing to a nationally recognized institution that preserves the traditions of patriotism and craftsmanship through education.
  • 10% Discount on all museum purchases
  • The Revere House Gazette, the Association's quarterly newsletter
  • Advanced notice of all programs and special events
  • Silver Circle $5000
  • All initial Benefits
  • 100 Museum passes (upon request)

  • Craftsman $2,000-$4,999
  • All initial benefits
  • 75 Museum passes (upon request)

  • Patriot $1,000-$1,999
  • All initial benefits
  • 50 Museum passes (upon request)

  • Sustaining $500-$999
  • All initial benefits
  • 50 Museum passes (upon request)

  • Sponsor $250
  • All initial benefits
  • 25 Museum passes (upon request)

  • Patron $100
  • All initial benefits
  • 10 Museum passes

Other Ways To Give

Buy A Bench

A one-time contribution of $5,000 allows to construct a new bench and put your name on it

Kids Program Fund

Make a one-time contribution of $2,000 or more to be used to fund free programs for children

Living History Program

Fund a single program for $500, a month for $2,000 or a season for $10,000

To Join Now or Make A One-Time Contribution

Send your contribution to Office of the Executive Diretor, 19 North Square, Boston, MA 02113

Or to discuss how developing a special relationship tailored to your own corporate vision please call: Nina Zannieri, Executive Director at 617-523-2338.

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Proud Tradition of Research, Scholarship, Education and Community Service

Since 1908, the Association has extended every effort to fulfill its dual mission of preservation and education. Though admissions provide us with a stable, dependable base of annual income, as a private, non-profit institution, we also depend on outside support to accomplish our goals. By becoming a corporate member or sponsor, you not only take part in preserving America's past, you enrich America's future. By supporting us on an annual basis or by supporting a special project or program, you are helping us continue a proud tradition.

The Revere House and its companion, the Hichborn House, are both landmarks of national significance and key attractions along the Freedom Trail. We work actively to preserve and maintain our historic buildings through a program of ongoing repairs and carefully supervised restoration. Both houses have survived three centuries of change and play a role in sustaining the colonial character of the City of Boston and the North End. The Paul Revere House, while identified with its most famous resident, served initially as home to a wealthy merchant, Robert Howard, later became a tenement with shops for a growing Italian community and eventually a museum. Today, the site chronicles everyday life and change in our neighborhood, Boston's North End, from the 17th through the 20th century.

More than just a historic site, we represent a proud tradition of research, scholarship and education. Both the Revere House and the Hichborn House serve as educational tools, providing doorways to the past for children, teens, and adults. A wide variety of educational programs are offered with the aim of acquainting students with Boston's long and colorful history. Over the years, we have kept our admissions fees low so that the greatest number of visitors can come through the house. We have never denied entrance to youth or student groups unable to afford our fees. We actively solicit grants to allow us to offer programs for free to underserved minority audiences. We also maintain a tradition of offering free admission to all residents and businesses of our immediate neighborhood, the North End. The site welcomes from as near as "up the street" and as far as Australia and Russia. The Paul Revere House is one of a handful of historic sites that stands out as landmarks in the minds of all Americans.

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