The Cornerstone Campaign

The Cornerstone Campaign

The Historical Society launched the $9 million Cornerstone Campaign to fund the design, construction and ongoing operation of the Richard and Pat Johnson Palm Beach County History Museum. To date, the Society has raised over $8,000,000 toward the campaign goal, and is currently in its final fundraising phase. Donations will be invested in an endowment fund that will sustain the Museum's long-term operations and programming.

The campaign steering committee is chaired by Pat Johnson and includes Marshall Criser, Katharine Dickenson, Karl Watson, George Elmore, Ted Brown, David Goodlett, Kathy Bleznak, John Murphy, Doyle Rogers, F. Malcolm Cunningham, Jr., Emery Newell, William Caler, William Benjamin, Edward Rodgers, Richard Johnson and other notable business and philanthropic leaders from all parts of the county.

Major donors to the Cornerstone Campaign will be prominently recoginized through naming opportunities for their individual, family or corporate contributions.

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