Although Preservation Dallas maintains a full-time staff, most of its work is carried out through the active participation, commitment and support of dedicated members, board of trustees, volunteers and sponsors. As a supporter of Preservation Dallas, you have the opportunity to learn more about the history of this community — more importantly, you are making a difference in its future.
We depend on you to help further our mission of promoting the appreciation, protection and revitalization of Dallas’ historic buildings, communities and landscapes. Participate in special education and advocacy efforts throughout the year — and help preserve the best of Dallas for future generations. We offer a number of opportunities for you to be involved:
Have a great time and meet like-minded friends with an interest in preserving our city’s architectural and cultural resources. Members receive reduced-rate admission to Preservation Dallas programs, including tours, lectures, seminars, and special events highlighting significant architectural sites and preservation projects. MORE >
As a corporate member, your company is a distinguished partner in our efforts to make Dallas a more livable city. Membership in Preservation Dallas connects your company with a community of hundreds of households, businesses and organizations in the Dallas area. MORE >
Your help is essential to our work to foster recognition of Dallas’ great built history. Consider giving a donation that reaffirms your commitment to preserving the architectural and cultural fabric of our city. MORE >
Help us advance our mission and share your passion for Dallas’ historic architecture and neighborhoods. Preservation Dallas offers a variety of ways for you to become involved. MORE >
Explore the possibility of a career in historic preservation. Interns gain an introduction to preservation practices and experience in developing and facilitating programming. MORE >
Open to Preservation Dallas members under the age of 40, PDYP offers special social and networking events for anyone interested in architecture and history. MORE >