Gifts supporting the Millay Society are essential to keeping the spirit of the poet alive and critical to keeping her home, gardens and grounds thriving and available for all to enjoy. We are able to celebrate Millay’s extraordinary contribution to American literature and share the intimate experience of visiting her home at Steepletop because of donations from individuals like you.  All gifts, large and small, are greatly appreciated and fully tax-deductible.

*Grounds/Picnic Pass allows members to enjoy the trails and grounds on days that Steepletop is open for tours. Members are asked to first check-in at the Visitors Center when they arrive.

**Reciprocol Garden Privileges allows members to visits hundreds of gardens affiliated with the American Horticultural Society. Visit ahsgardening.org for a full list of gardens included in the Reciprocol Garden Program.

$25 Student, Senior, Educator
Newsletter, Grounds/Picnic Pass*


$50 Poet/Individual
Newsletter, Grounds/Picnic Pass*,
1 tour ticket, Reciprocol Garden Privileges**

$100 Poet/Family
Newsletter, Grounds/Picnic Pass*,
2 tour tickets,
10% Gift Shop Discount, Reciprocol Garden Privileges**

$250 Pianist
Newsletter, Grounds/Picnic Pass*,
2 tour tickets,

10% Gift Shop Discount,
Written Recognition, Reciprocol Garden Privileges**

$500 Patron
Newsletter, Grounds/Picnic Pass*,
2 tour tickets,

10% Gift Shop Discount,
Hall of Donors Recognition, Reciprocol Garden Privileges**

$1000 Pulitzer
Newsletter, Grounds/Picnic Pass*,
2 tour tickets,

10% Gift Shop Discount,
Hall of Donors Recognition,
Reciprocol Garden Privileges**

$2500+ Prodigy
Newsletter, Grounds/Picnic Pass*, 
2 tour tickets,
10% Gift Shop Discount, 
Hall of Donors Name on Plaque, Reciprocol Garden Privileges**


 

If you prefer to mail in your donation to us, please download, fill in and mail/fax the Membership Form.


 


 

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The Society's mission is to illuminate the life and writings of Edna St. Vincent Millay and to preserve and interpret the character of Steepletop, her home and gardens, places where nature inspires the creative spirit.
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