2020 Spring Appeal - Natick Historical Society

2020 Spring Appeal - Natick Historical Society

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Natick is, in a word, resilient. When fire leveled our town center in 1874, businesses reopened quickly, and when the Influenza Pandemic struck in 1918, neighbors supported each other with money, meals, and masks. Now, in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, our community has once again shown resilience. We are donating money, meals, and masks again—just as we did over a century ago.

Today, I ask you to contribute not only to the Natick Historical Society’s Spring 2020 Appeal but also to the future. Although our doors are temporarily closed, we are excited to be engaging new audiences in new ways. This spring, more people have explored our website and followed us on social media than ever before.

Website visits were up 10% over last year and 25% more page views
21,500 people saw our Facebook posts, and we had over 10% engagement

More than 400 followers on Instagram

Additionally, in April we launched Natick Shares: A COVID-19 Community Archive Project. One hundred years from now, Natick residents will want to know what the 2020 pandemic was like. That’s why I encourage you to share your story online. Together, we can collect Natick’s stories—your stories—and preserve them for the future. You can also join us online to:

learn how to research your house and family history from home

read nearly three dozen (and counting!) articles about Natick’s past

find out how to care for your own treasured artifacts

browse our NEW Natick History Timeline with nearly 100 stories spanning 12,000 years, and more!

Your continued support today will help keep up our momentum online and build an historical society that can respond to 21st century opportunities. Let’s work together to make sure that we can all connect with the past from the safety and comfort of our homes. And let’s make sure that, 100 years from now, Natick residents will understand that our community responded to adversity with resilience.

Let’s make history count in Natick, for today and for the future.


With gratitude,

Niki Lefebvre
Director

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Event Details

Date: July 3, 2020

Location:
Natick History Museum
59 Eliot st.
Natick MA 01760

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Contact:
Natick Historical Society
(508) 647-4841
info@natickhistoricalsociety.org


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