Support the Washington Trust!

If you believe that our state’s historic and cultural heritage deserves to be preserved and that priceless landmarks should be protected from demolition, we welcome you to become a part of the Washington Trust for Historic Preservation.
Through your membership, you help us promote the use of Washington’s historic places, provide technical assistance to individuals statewide who are trying to save threatened landmarks, advocate, and offer education programs.
You can also give a gift membership at any level for that special someone who has everything.  Gift memberships are a fun and easy way to spread the word of the Washington Trust’s work to safeguard Washington’s historic places through advocacy, education, collaboration and stewardship .


  • The opportunity to be part of the preservation of Washington State's historic resources.
  • Advance notice, invitations, and discounts to Washington Trust events and programs around the state.
  • Free annual tour of the historic Stimson-Green Mansion.
  • Quarterly issues of Trust News -- your guide to preservation issues in Washington State.
  • A tax deduction -- the Washington Trust for Historic Preservation is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization.

Join Today!

You can become a new member of the Washington Trust or renew your existing membership using our secure online Donate page.  Or, if you prefer, you can download our membership form (fillable PDF file) or request a membership form by calling 206-624-9449 or by emailing Julianne Patterson, Development & Events Coordinator.  You can mail in your completed form with a check, or you can provide your credit card information for us to bill your account.  You are always welcome to call during regular business hours, and we can take your credit card information over the telephone.


If you would like to give a gift membership, you can download our gift membership form (PDF file) or contact our office to request a form.  All recipients of Washington Trust gift memberships will receive an announcement of your generosity along with the full benefits of membership.

Preservation Circle

Members who donate $1,000 or more annually become part of the Washington Trust's Preservation Circle, recognizing the leadership giving of our most committed members. Members at the Preservation Circle level are entitled to preferred membership benefits, including invitations to exclusive events and tours at unique historic properties, as well as additional recognition opportunities.  Preservation Circle members have toured the little-seen historic Japanese baths at Seattle's Panama Hotel and tasted fine wine at one of Washington's only Frank Lloyd Wright houses.  Contact us to join our Preservation Circle today!


The Washington Trust for Historic Preservation welcomes deferred or planned gifts to protect the places that matter for future generations. These gifts may take the form of a general bequest, real estate, life insurance, IRA/pension/retirement Funds, and life-income gifts (such as a charitable gift annuity, charitable remainder trust, or charitable lead trust).

Estate planning should be undertaken with the assistance of a legal or financial adviser who can help in determining the optimal planned gift for your personal situation, as well as the tax benefits for you and your family. If you have already included the Washington Trust in your estate, please let us know! We would love to express our gratitude, keep you informed of our achievements and, with your permission, publicly recognize your foresight and generosity.

Contact Julianne Patterson for more information.
We have four Membership Types: Individual/Household, Organization, Business and Government at the following levels:


$50      Individual Member

$75      Household Member

$100    Preservation Contributor

$250    Preservation Advocate

$500    Preservation Patron

$1000  Preservation Circle