Join in the Hoboken Historical Museum's annual year-end fundraising effort to support our ongoing programs and operations. The Museum relies on support from individuals like you for the majority of our operating budget.
Our current exhibit celebrating Frank Sinatra's Hoboken origins and remarkable career features fan memorabilia and personal stories from Hobokeners who were there for Frank from the beginning. The response has been amazing – people from all over the world have come to the Museum to learn about The Voice – and in the process, they come away impressed with his hometown. They learn about our past exhibits, art, and oral histories, and leave with a self-guided walking tour map to explore the city.
That, in a nutshell, is our mission, showcasing Hoboken’s fascinating history, from Jim Hans’ book, 100 Hoboken Firsts, to the stories of immigrants who first sank their roots in this country inside our mile-square borders, including Martin and Dolly Sinatra. We know what we’re proudest of here at the Museum – you. We know that Hobokeners care as much as we do about our town’s incredible history. With your support, the Museum has grown from very modest beginnings, with a handful of display cases at City Hall and a few speakers a year, to a thriving cultural center with weekly events featuring authors, films, poetry readings, tours, and so much more.
Any amount is appreciated, just choose one of the categories below. To donate your own amount; simply scroll down to click on the button in the lower right corner.
For a limited time, make a tax-deductible donation of $1,000 or more and we'll install a star with your name engraved on it -- or the name of a Sinatra fan in your life.