Your annual dues support American Harp Society member benefits including The American Harp Journal, online newsletters and downloadable publications; the AHS Grants Program, and multiple educational initiatives. Membership dues also contribute to funding the operating expenses including postage, website maintenance, member services support and administrative management.
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The AHS relies on voluntary contributions above and beyond annual dues to fulfill its mission. AHS dues revenue represents approximately 50% of the annual budget. Your support makes it possible for the AHS to serve the harp and harpists, through providing resources for research, learning, and performance.
AHS Annual Fund
Gifts made to the Annual Fund are immediately applied to the American Harp Society’s areas of greatest need. This flexible funding allows The AHS to strategically address emerging needs and take advantage of unexpected opportunities as they arise.
You can make a direct gift, become a VIP Member, or contribute while you shop! Explore the ways to contribute to AHS’s Annual Fund, or make your gift here today. Your generosity, in any amount, is appreciated and truly makes a difference for the AHS membership.
Learn more about the Annual Fund
The AHS Endowment Fund
The AHS Endowment Fund preserves your gift and provides a stable, reliable source of income for the AHS for years to come. A gift to the AHS Endowment Fund supports future artists, authors, educators, researchers, and enthusiasts of the harp.
Learn more about the AHS Endowment Fund and various ways to make your lasting gift.
AHS’s Independent Supporting Organization, The American Harp Society Foundation
The AHS Foundation houses nineteen educational funds in which donations are held for specific educational projects, such as scholarships, awards and prizes, each in accordance with the intent of the original donor.
Learn more at www.harpfoundationahs.org.
Download the June, 2022 AHS Foundation Report to the Membership