As a non-profit organization, Coastal Georgia Historical Society relies on the support of members, donors, and volunteers to sustain our mission to preserve Coastal Georgia’s rich heritage. Your generosity is key to the development, growth, and maintenance of our historic structures; exhibitions and collections; archives and research facilities; and school and public programs.
If you wish to support the mission of the Society, we invite you to become a member or renew your membership. To become a member, use form below, or contact the Society’s Membership and Development Coordinator, Kathleen Bennett, at (912) 634-7096. You may also print out a membership form and mail it to: PO Box 21136, St. Simons Island, GA 31522. Please note that memberships are good for one full year from the time of initial purchase.
All membership categories include:
• Quarterly Newsletters
• Unlimited Free Admission to the St. Simons Lighthouse Museum
• Free Admission to Three Membership Meetings and Select Events
• Use of Archives and Library
• 10% Merchandise Discount in Museum Store
• 50% Discount on Guest Passes
• Recognition in the Annual Report
Membership for one person
Membership for two adults and dependent children
Membership* + two single tickets to any Little Light Music Concert
Membership* + four single tickets to any Little Light Music Concert
ASSISTANT KEEPER $500
Membership* + six single tickets to any Little Light Music Concert
KEEPER OF THE LIGHT $1,000+
Sustainer: Membership* + two season passes to the Little Light Music concert series, two tickets to the Annual Keeper Appreciation Reception, preferred registration for programs, discounts on facility rentals.
Patron: Sustainer benefits, plus two additional season passes to the Little Light Music concert series, “Concierge Service” that includes one private tour of the museum.
Benefactor: Patron benefits, plus one additional private tour of the museum
*Membership for two adults and dependent children
Coastal Georgia Historical Society is designated as a 501(c)(3) organization by the Internal Revenue Service. Gifts are eligible for a charitable deduction from Federal and state income taxes to the extent provided by law.