Council depends on the generous support of individuals, foundations,
corporations, and government agencies to serve the people of West
Virginia through diverse public programs in the humanities and
an open grant program for locally initiated programs.
West Virginia Humanities Council is a private, nonprofit organization,
exempt under section 501 c. (3) of the IRS code. As such, gifts
to the Council are tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law.
consider becoming a partner in the work of the West Virginia Humanities
Council. With your support, the Council can continue to engage the
people of the Mountain State in the power and pleasure of ideas.
Your gift supports community programs in cultural heritage, contemporary
issues, reading and literacy, as well as enrichment programs for
become an official member-supporter of the West Virginia Humanities
Council, simply choose a method that best suits you.
online through our secure server.
2 print out the Membership
Gift Form, complete it and return it to the West Virginia
Humanities Council, (instructions on the
Friend: $30 - 99
Sponsor: $100 - 249
Sustainer: $250 - 499
Patron: $500 - 999
Benefactor: $1,000 - 2,999
Underwriter: $3,000 and above
place yourself among a select group of West Virginians who exhibit
personal dedication to assuring that the best of educational, life-long
learning opportunities are made available to West Virginians.
becoming a MEMBER you are helping to support some of the best,
statewide educational opportunities available. Your financial
support makes it possible for Council to provide programs that
are free and open to all
children in grade schools to adults in senior centers, the Humanities
Council's goal is to reach all West Virginians of all ages, and
to provide them with rich, enjoyable, and thought-provoking experiences
in the humanities.
You will regularly receive the Council's Newsletter.
You will receive Council's monthly Calendar of Events to know
when an event is happening in your area.
organization is registered with the Office of the Secretary of State.
Registration does not imply endorsement.
For information,contact Secretary of State, Capitol Complex, Charleston,