Become A Friend of Historic Florissant, Inc.
Giving to Historic Florissant makes things happen. Your donation helps us maintain the Gittemeier House, restore interior rooms, preserve and conserve archives, and generate educational programming to inspire generations to come. Historic Florissant does NOT have a general membership. We survive on donations alone.
Historic Florissant, Inc. is a not-for-profit 501 (c) 3 organization, and your donation is tax deductible per IRS standards.
Please use the PapPal link below to submit your donation:
To pay by mail simply send a check or money order to:
Historic Florissant, Inc.
1067 Dunn Rd.
Florissant, MO 63031
All donors will receive a formal thank you letter suitable for tax deductions and satisfaction in knowing you have contributed to the preservation and protection of Florissant’s History. Please know that every donation is meaningful and a gift for which we are truly grateful. On behalf of Historic Florissant’s Board, all of our volunteers and those who appreciate our local heritage, thank you for your continued support. We cannot do our work without you!
To become a friend of HFI please use our PRINTABLE FORM.
Simply go to OUR PATREON PAGE and follow the prompts. You may choose a specific amount to be deducted from your checking account each month. You can cancel at any time. This is a safe and secure site.
Register your card HERE and identify Historic Florissant, Inc. (ID# 500015778) as your choice of non-profit. Present your card to the cashier at Schnucks and the restaurants listed below to contribute a percentage of your purchase. It’s free! And it’s easy! Better yet, donate AND use an eScrip card!
Present your ESCRIP at these local restaurants and help Historic Florissant:
- Hendel’s Market Café
- Pueblo Nuevo Mexican Restaurant
- Marley’s Bar and Grill
- Maria’s Deli
- Friends Bar and Grill
- Off the Grill
- Blue Sky Tower Grill
- Las Palmas Mexican Restaurant
- John P. Field’s Restaurant
- Mike Duffy’s Pub and Grill
- Mai Lee Restaurant
- Olive Street Café
- The Pat Connelly Tavern