ELM Charitable Trust
The ELM Charitable Trust Has Three Vital Functions
E – Education
Additionally, the ELM Charitable Trust distributes funds annually for The Harold J. and Marie Borneman Greenwood Memorial Fund of the New Hampshire Charitable Foundation. Scholarships are given to deserving students. REC (Research and Education Council) schools also receive other excess donations and items from AWCI through the ELM Charitable Trust.
L – Library Funding for The Henry B. Fried Resource Library
The library lends horological texts and publishes horological books, videos and DVD’s. Books are free for members to borrow (two per request). For videos and DVD’s, two per request are available for the J.M. Huckabee, CMC, Random Clock Talk series with a $10 rental fee.
M – Museum Funding for The Orville R. Hagans History of Time Museum
Our museum preserves unique timepieces and tools for study, research and public viewing. The museum provides both the public and the professional with a better understanding about the history of watchmaking and clockmaking. The museum hosts members and horological groups, as well as local seniors and community groups including Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts.
We accept donations in the form of:
• Monetary donations
• Educational equipment
• Donations of historic timepieces, books and tools
Donations may be tax deductible. The ELM Charitable Trust is recognized by the IRS as a 501(c)3 charitable organization.
Consider donating to this worthwhile cause!