Your Support Makes a Difference
As a non-profit institution, the Mesa Historical Museum is built upon and sustained by the generosity of our valued donors. Your contributions allow us to continue to serve the community through our mission to celebrate the spirit of Mesa and surrounding communities. We thank you for your support!
In 2019 the museum moved back to the Lehi Campus and restored parts of the main building so it could be used for exhibits! We would like to continue to expand our exhibits and hope to open up more of the building to the public for exhibits and research! This would require funds for storage and funds for maintenance to make these rooms become presentable again. We would also like to someday reopen the auditorium for community events! This would also require funds for storage and maintenance (the auditorium needs some major TLC.) Any and all donations contribute to these needs and ultimately benefit you, the community!
Other Ways to Support Us:
Make Mesa Historical Society your charity on AmazonSmile.
1) Open the Amazon Shopping app on your device
2) Go into the main menu of the Amazon Shopping app and tap into 'Settings'
3) Tap 'AmazonSmile' and follow the on-screen instructions to complete the process
Please consider making Mesa Historical Society your charity through your Fry's account! After you register us as your charity, there is nothing else you need to do except to swipe your Fry’s card every time you shop there. Your spending at Fry’s will automatically benefit us, at no extra cost to you!
Registering is easy! On a desktop just sign into your Fry's account, hover over your name in the top right-hand corner, click on 'My Account,' on the left-hand side click on 'Community Rewards,' and search for Mesa Historical Society or AS669.
On a mobile app, click on the menu button (4 squares on the top right-hand side), under 'My Info' you'll click on 'My Account,' then under 'Loyalty' you'll go to 'Community Rewards,' you'll then be prompted to click on a link that brings you to a webpage where you can search for Mesa Historical Society or AS669.