Frequently Asked Questions

What is a Non Profit - 501(c)(3)

A non-profit 501(c)(3) organization is a charitable entity that exist for a specific cause. Any profits that are made are reinvested back into the charity, as opposed to going to owners or shareholders. The organization is managed by a board who votes on the direction and actions of the organization. Donations and gifts made to 501(c)(3) organizations are tax deductible.


What are the Goals of Small Towne Preservations?

Small Towne Preservations is dedicated to preserving historic buildings, homes, and small towne way of life.

Our main mission is to acquire, rehab, and, restore the many forgotten commercial buildings in small towns and villages. Starting with our beloved home town of Sharon, Wisconsin we hope to see every building occupied with a thriving business making our downtown a vibrant destination. Along with forgotten commercial buildings, many historic homes find themselves run down, with only a faint idea of the greatness they once were. Our mission is to help homeowners acquire grants and funding to restore these homes to their past grandeur. The last piece of the puzzle is the small towne way of life. Through community projects and events we hope to instill the tight knit sense of community that makes small towne living so great.


How is my donation used?

Your donations go directly to the community projects of Small Towne Preservations. Donations are used to fund projects, pay expenses and staff, and provided opportunities to the community.


How can I help?

We are always looking for donations, volunteers, or fundraising ideas. Please reach out to one of our board members or message through our contact page and we can discuss where help is most needed.


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