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Daly Mansion Giving

You may think that because of the legacy of Copper King Marcus Daly the Mansion does not need support from from the public; that surely his descendants have the wherewithal to maintain this stately residence on their own..
However, this is not the case. Did you know that -

o the state of Montana owns the Daly Mansion? 
o it is adminstered through the University of Montana?
o the Daly Mansion Preservation Trust does not receive regular funding from either institution?

While we are not saving starving children or caring for abused animals, nonetheless we believe we are doing something pretty darn important, namely helping preserve our history and historic structures.
We don't embrace the "out with old, in with the new" way of doing business. Without preserving and honoring our past, our shared heritage can easily fade away.

Won't you help us in our goal of preserving not only local history, but also something that is important to all of Montana?

If you have thought about giving to help preserve the Mansion, now would be an excellent time!
These are the way to can become a benefactor:
MEMBERSHIP LEVELS:                                                    DONATION LEVELS: 

Friend:         $35                                             Marcus Club: $499 - $2499
Family:         $50                                            
Copper:      $100                                            Tammany Club: $2500+
Silver:         $250
Daly Club:   $365 (only a dollar a day)
Gold:           $500
Thank you so much for your investment in the Daly Mansion.
As the premier historic home in Western Montana, we are a source of pride for so many in our community and our state.
Contact Information

    Daly Mansion
    PO Box 223
    Hamilton, MT 59840
    Phone: (406) 363-6004
    Fax: (406) 375-0048
For more information call: 406-363-6004 ext. 2#
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The Mansion is a state-owned property managed by the
Daly Mansion Preservation Trust in partnership with
The University of Montana. The Mansion is ADA-compliant.

The DMPT is a 501C3 organization
In addition, some people want to leave a lasting legacy through a bequeath in a will or trust. A single gift can make a big difference!
If this is something that you might consider doing, please contact the Mansion at 406-363-6004 ext 4 and ask to speak to our Executive Director, Darlene Gould. She will be happy to answer any of your questions.