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Make a tax-deductible gift to DCNRHS on-line right now using Paypal using the button below!   You dont' even have to have a Paypal Account! Your annual gift also makes you a member of our organization!
Our mission is to "Expand the public appreciation of railroads and their history through preservation and education."

You will help us meet the goals and objectives of our mission by making a tax-deductible donation. Gifts of any size can help us continue existing programs or start new ones. You may designate your gift for a specific project or let DCNRHS use it where it is most needed. In addition to monetary donations, we also accept donations of physical property such as real-estate, rail-equipment, railroadiana, model train collections, books, etc. DCNRHS can also be named as a beneficiary in your will.

Besides ongoing restoration projects for our equipment and our educational programs such as trips and RailCamp, we are currently searching for permanent home in the Washington Metropolitan Area for DCNRHS and our vintage rail equipment. This need will play a vital role in determining our future.

DCNRHS (The National Railway Historical Society, Washington, D.C. Chapter, Inc)  is a charitable organization recognized by the IRS as a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt organization. Donations are tax-deductible to the maximum extent allowed by the Internal Revenue Code.

 Please make your gift payable to "Washington, D.C. Chapter NRHS"

For additional information, please contact the Chapter.

Want to cut your taxes and support an organization with a dynamic,  diverse mission? Then please consider making a gift to us today!

Your support makes our history projects, youth education programs, restoration efforts, public trip  and excursion, and interpretation efforts by our dedicated volunteers possible! DCNRHS means  

history programs...

youth education...

rail history initiatives...

equipment restoration efforts...

public rail operations...
and so much more!
Subpages (1): Thank You!!!!!
James Lilly,
Feb 10, 2019, 10:10 AM
James Lilly,
Feb 10, 2019, 10:10 AM
James Lilly,
Jan 16, 2018, 3:04 PM