Donate


For a suggested donation of $15.00 you will receive a copy of our DVD, "If These Walls Could Talk."



Membership


Your support is important to the success of the Association and its goals. If you have not joined yet, please don’t delay. Just fill out the membership form, write a check, and mail it in soon. Several of our goals are to have the mansion painted, the porch repaired, the arbor painted, expand the orchard, and to restore the Japanese bathhouse. Please consider becoming a volunteer too; the goals will be achieved sooner with more volunteers! Click here to learn more.


Upcoming Events


Aug
17
Sat
1:00 pm Saturday Open House @ Neely Mansion
Saturday Open House @ Neely Mansion
Aug 17 @ 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Tours of the Mansion, 1930s Japanese-American Bath house, and grounds.
Aug
24
Sat
11:00 am Filipino Heritage Day @ Neely Mansion
Filipino Heritage Day @ Neely Mansion
Aug 24 @ 11:00 am – 2:00 pm
Filipino Heritage Day @ Neely Mansion
Featuring Award-winning author Dorothy Cordova, Artist/sculptor Noel Bautista, Dancing by FACPS Dance Troupe, Catering by Edwin. Plus vintage costumes, games, singing and fun! All are welcome to this Free event!   Parking by shuttle from[...]
1:00 pm Saturday Open House @ Neely Mansion
Saturday Open House @ Neely Mansion
Aug 24 @ 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Tours of the Mansion, 1930s Japanese-American Bath house, and grounds.


Monetary

Neely Mansion Association is a 501(c)(3) non-profit historical organization. Donations are deductible to the amount allowed by law.

Three ways to give:

  1. General fund: As with any home, there are constant upkeep requirements such as painting, roofing, general repairs, propane for heating, landscaping, electricity, security, housecleaning, etc. If you would like to donate to the general fund to take care of these necessary operations, it would be very much appreciated.
  2. Hori Japanese Bathhouse: Extra funds are needed to complete the landscaping and the exhibit signage.
  3. Acosta Tool Shed: We are currently restoring this small structure built by Pedro (Pete) Acosta, a Filipino migrant worker, in the 1940’s.