Be a Gilded GIver: Donate to the Historic Boston-Edison Association
The history of Boston-Edison, its architecture, and the sense of community that we have all grown to love is unmatched by other Detroit neighborhoods. While these features make Boston-Edison special, the most important feature of this neighborhood is you, our residents. The Historic Boston-Edison Association works to maintain and strengthen the fabric of our neighborhood by connecting you to your neighbors, keeping you informed about issues that impact Boston-Edison, and organizing events that draw new residents and help improve the health of our neighborhood.
While the Historic Boston-Edison Association is doing wonderful work to keep our neighborhood connected and beautiful, the Association is dependent on your participation and support.
The Historic Boston-Edison Association is a 501c(3) nonprofit organization. Donations are fully tax deductible.
What Do Donations Do?
By donating to the Association, you are supporting organization of the annual Holiday Home Tour, The Sounds of Music House Concert Series, Picnic in the Park and other events that bring neighbors together. You are making the publication of the Historic Boston-Edison Newsletter possible and keeping the Security Patrol active to deter crime. Help us preserve what makes this neighborhood a great place to live. Join the Historic Boston-Edison Association today!
Gilded Giver donations help to improve and enhance the quality of life in Boston-Edison for existing residents and attract new residents that value the historic beauty and sense of community in our neighborhood. Gilded Giving donation levels include:
|Italianate:||$150 - $199|
|Tudor:||$100 - $149|
|Colonial:||$50 - $99|
|Prairie:||$10 - $49|
If you would prefer your gift to remain anonymous, please indicate so.
Donate using credit card or Paypal account
The Historic Boston-Edison Association is a 501c(3) nonprofit organization.
Donations are fully tax deductible.
If you'd like to donate with a paper check, send checks to:
PO Box 02100
Detroit MI 48202
Even non-residents can join HBEA! If you'd like to become a dues-paying member of the Historic Boston-Edison Association, follow the instructions on this page.