Support local history!
Frenchtown Historical Foundation is a locally run 501(c)(3) nonprofit. Your support makes the maintenance and preservation of the Frenchtown Historic Site possible.
Frenchtown Historic Site t-shirts
Friends buy Frenchtown shirts for their friends! Remember your visit, support the site, and help spread the word about French Canadian heritage in the Walla Walla Valley. Both adult and youth sizes available.
Weed management is an integral part of taking care of Frenchtown. Help us maintain the site in a natural, efficient, and fun manner!
Maintaining a historic site is expensive. Our board is all-volunteer, but for costs such as weed control, sanitation, electricity, seed, signage, and insurance, we rely on membership and donations. Please consider contributing today!
Become a Member
Members are the lifeblood of a community organization such as ours. To join the Frenchtown Historical Foundation and receive our annual newsletter, please use the link below.
Individual: $25 Couple: $35 Immediate Family: $45 Advocate: $100
Sustainer: $250 Patron: $500 Sponsor: $1000 Benefactor: $5000
You can also send your name, address, email, telephone and annual membership fee to the address below to join our community.
Frenchtown Historical Foundation
PO Box 1224
Walla Walla WA 99362
Another way to support our work is through a direct contribution to one of our current projects, such as the cemetery project. We organize workdays throughout the year that include invasive species management, site cleanup, and plant restoration. If you are interested in becoming involved, contact a FHF board member.
Visit the Site
Visit Frenchtown Historic Site (8364 Old Highway 12, Walla Walla, WA) to learn more about French Canadian and Métis history in the Walla Walla area. Please also consider attending one of our upcoming events.
Contribute to Our Endowment
The longterm goal of the Frenchtown Historical Foundation is to create an endowment to fund site maintenance in perpetuity. If you would be interested in contributing to this kind of permanence for our valuable historic heritage, please contact a FHF board member to learn more.