NHD needs YOU

Dear Friend:

National History Day® needs your help.

While the program is as strong as ever, we find ourselves facing a financial challenge. One of our major donors has decided to go in a different direction from National History Day and put his support elsewhere. Unfortunately, this news came to us quite recently, with only a few months left in our fiscal year. To fill this gap, we must raise $800,000 by August.

You have participated in NHD as a student, teacher, judge or parent and seen firsthand the amazing impact NHD has on young people. You have experienced how NHD can transform students’ lives. And you know that a quality study of history is vitally important to our democracy—to preparing engaged and thoughtful citizens. NHD provides that type of study.

With that in mind, I am hoping I can count on your support through this challenging time by making a contribution to National History Day today. If everyone donates just $50, we will be half way to our goal. We hope you might consider more, but want you to know that we will appreciate any amount that you can give.

I am working hard to recruit new sponsors for NHD and am confident that we will be back on track when the new school and program year starts in September. I am equally confident that, with your help, National History Day will find itself on fine financial footing come August.

Donate today!
If you wish to mail a check, please send it to 4511 Knox Road, Suite 205, College Park, MD 20740.

Thank you for participating and supporting National History Day.

Sincerely,
Cathy

Cathy Gorn, Ph.D.
Executive Director
National History Day
4511 Knox Road
Suite 205
College Park, MD 20740


National History Day® is a 501 (c)(3) organization registered in the state of Maryland. Donations are tax deductible. A copy of the current financial statement of National History Day® is available by writing to 4511 Knox Road, Suite 205, College Park, MD 20740 or by calling 301-314-9739. Documents and information submitted under the Maryland Solicitations Act are also available, for the cost of postage and copies, from the Maryland Secretary of State, State House, Annapolis, MD 21401.