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Over the past year we have evaluated our Organizational Membership program to both broaden the types of organizations within our umbrella and to better serve our existing members. We are adding new benefits, like our upcoming Member Tour program, and would be eager to hear your feedback about benefits and potential opportunities for collaboration. We have structured our new membership categories based on annual budget; see the new categories below. If your dues increase, we hope that you will consider renewing at the higher amount to support our ongoing partnership.

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If you have any questions or concerns about the new membership structure, please contact Kali Noble at knoble@bostonpreservation.org or at 617.302.6326.

Organizational Membership to the Alliance includes:


  • - To our virtual Organizational Member coffee hours that cover topics relevant to you
  • - To our new Membership Tours program – more information to come!
  • - For two delegates from your organization to attend our Annual Meeting 


  • - In our e-news to highlight your organization and any upcoming events
  • - Priority shares and shoutouts on our social media platforms
  • - Recognition during our Annual Meeting and on our website


  • - Priority access to the Alliance staff for advocacy matters
  • - Invitations to sign-on to advocacy letters as relevant to your organization’s mission
  • - Opportunities for partnerships and joint programs

Below are the new suggested membership levels based on your organization’s annual budget:

  • - $150 | Up to $500k
  • - $250 | $500k — $1 million
  • - $500 | $1 — 2 million
  • - $750 | $2 — 5 million
  • - $1,000 | $5 million +


Organizational Members represent local interests in trades, architectural practice, city events, educational programming, immigrant culture, neighborhood history, research and archives, and public parks and green spaces, among other areas. Look for their events and relevant programming in our newsletter, where we feature them throughout the year. 

Art Deco Society of Boston
Beacon Hill Civic Association
Boston Athenaeum
Boston Building Resources
Boston By Foot
Boston Society of Architects
Bricklayers & Allied Craftsmen, Union Local 3
Brighton-Allston Historical Society
Charlestown Preservation Society
Dorchester Historical Society
Eliot School
The Esplanade Association
The Freedom Trail Foundation
Friends of Post Office Square
Friends of the Public Garden

Gibson House Museum
Historic Boston Incorporated
Historic New England
Jamaica Plain Historical Society
Jewish Cemetery Association of Massachusetts
Madison Park Development Corporation

Metropolitan Waterworks Museum
Museum of African American History
Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Neighborhood Association of the Back Bay
New England Chapter, Society of Architectural Historians
Nichols House Museum
North Bennet Street School
Old North Church and Historic Site
Paul Revere Memorial Association
Preservation Massachusetts

Revolutionary Spaces
South Boston Historical Society
South End Historical Society
Suffolk University

The Trustees of Reservations
Trinity Church Boston
Victorian Society in America, NE Chapter
The Vilna Shul
Unbound Visual Arts

Thank you to all our corporate members, including: