Your contribution to support the Millay Society plays a critical role in sustaining the poet’s legacy, house, collections, and gardens and grounds – keeping them alive and well at Steepletop.  Though the property is not currently open for regular visitation, we’d like to invite the Friends of Millay to join us on July 13, 2019, for a special  summer fundraising day, to stroll through the gardens and grounds or down the Poetry Trail, or through the rooms of the house that feel as if the poet had just been there.

Steepletop has entered a period of transition and the Millay Society Board hopes that you will be a partner in our success during this time. In planning Steepletop’s future, we are moving away from the idea of Steepletop as a self-sustaining house museum, and toward a new life for the site that preserves Millay’s house, extensive collections, and legacy, while exploring partnerships to sustain Steepletop in the long-term.

In thanks for your support, we are very pleased to recognize the Friends of Millay in our printed materials annually, send periodic updates on our status and plans, and give you advance notice of any Steepletop special events.

The Millay’s Society mission remains the same—to ensure to foster and appreciate Millay's literary legacy and to restore and preserve this unique site.

Please support the Millay Society at Steepletop at one of the levels below.

All gifts are greatly appreciated and fully tax-deductible. You can donate securely online by clicking one of the amounts below. 

Donate
any amount you choose


$50
Poet

$100
Protégé

$250
Pianist

$500
Patron

$1000
Pulitzer

$2500+
Prodigy


 

If you prefer to mail in your donation to us, please send your check, made out to The Millay Society, or your credit card details with account number, expiration date and CCV number to:

The Millay Society
PO Box 2
Austerlitz, NY 12017


 


 

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