As a non-profit 501(c)(3) membership organization, Milwaukee Preservation Alliance relies on your support to further our mission of promoting awareness of the historical, cultural, and economic value of Milwaukee’s built heritage. Simply put, we can't make preservation mainstream in Milwaukee without you!
Access to special members-only events
Invitations and discounts to our virtual and in-person programming, including educational and networking opportunities with professionals in preservation, architecture, real estate development, and anyone who loves Milwaukee.
Access to meaningful volunteer opportunities to help save historic places.
Monthly email newsletter that provides updates on what we're doing together to protect Milwaukee's old and historic places and how you can make a difference.
Invitation to MPA’s Annual Meeting each Winter.
- and most importantly -
That irreplaceable warm fuzzy feeling inside that you are a part of something bigger than yourself - a movement that believes Milwaukee isn't just any place but a special place, that the greenest building is the one already built, and that our old and historic landscapes and structures are an incredible asset to be celebrated, protected, and used to better the lives of ALL Milwaukeeans.
Membership Levels *New memberships as of July 2021 will expire at end of 2022 calendar year.
Individual Senior/Student ($15)
If you have the capacity to give more, you may also enter your own amount. Your support is so appreciated!
You may also print and mail a MembershipForm and check to Milwaukee Preservation Alliance, 1100 S. 5th Street Suite 319, Milwaukee, WI 53204.
Thank you for you consideration and support of Milwaukee Preservation Alliance! All memberships and contributions are fully tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law.
Staff Jeremy Ebersole, Executive Director Board of Directors Peter Zanghi, President John Rothe, Vice President, Secretary Dawn McCarthy, President Emeritus, Treasurer Steve Amraen Lori Gensch Claude Krawczyk Joselia Mendiolea Ziad Salameh Advisor Carlen Hatala, City of Milwaukee