Many Ways to Donate
Donations to the Juniata County Historical Society are the key to the services it provides. This all volunteer organization operates the Archives Room and Tuscarora Academy and cares for and maintains multiple properties including the recently restored Pomeroy-Academia Covered Bridge.
Monetary and Tribute Donations
Government funding supplies less than one-half of the annual budget. The remainder of monies comes from membership dues, research fees and donations. The Society could not fulfill the mission to discover, preserve and publish Juniata County history without the continued generosity of private donors.
In addition, loyal members respond time and again when there have been specific funding needs. Donors may specify that their money goes
- Pomeroy-Academia Covered Bridge
- Tuscarora Academy
- Operating Expenses
- Where Most Needed.
Also, a tribute donation of $ 25 or more may be designated in memory of or to honor an individual.
Without a faithful staff of volunteers, there would be no Juniata County Historical Society. Countless hours are given to maintaining research materials in the Archives Room and assisting customers.
Volunteers serve in many capacities:
- Plan special programs
- Produce the quarterly newsletter
- Act as docents at the Tuscarora Academy
- Inventory and maintain collections and exhibits
- Serve as board members
- Advocate for funding
- Maintain Society properties
Volunteer interests and schedules are accommodated. If you want to be a valued volunteer, please contact the Society.
Also, a variety of businesses and services are used to keep the Archives Room and properties operating. Donations of services in lieu of monetary donations are also greatly appreciated.
Donations and Acknowledgements
Monetary donations can be made by check, cash or money order to: Juniata County Historical Society, 498 Jefferson Street, Suite B, Mifflintown, PA 17059. For questions, or other types of donations, email the Archives Room at
or call 717-436-5152
between 9 a.m. – 3 p.m.
Tuesdays and Wednesdays.
The Juniata County Historical Society is a registered 501(3)(c) non profit organization recognized by the IRS and the Pennsylvania Bureau of Charitable Organizations.
Donors of money, items or services, will receive a letter of acknowledgement for tax purposes. Donor names, unless they wish to remain anonymous, are listed once in the member quarterly newsletter, Juniata Jottings, published in March, June, September and December.