Payment Options We offer several ways to pay for memberships or make a cash donation to the Monroe County History Center. Pay for an annual membership online by using this link: Join Today Join as a sustaining member online and spread your membership payments out over the course of the year by using this link: Sustaining member Make an online donation using this link: Donate Now Prefer to pay with a different method? We can do that too. You can also: Mail a check or money order to the History Center Mail your charge card information, including number, expiration date and the 3-digit code from the back of the card (Card information is shredded after use.) Call with your charge card information during our regular hours Pay cash in person at the History Center during our regular hours Whatever your life situation, you can help the History Center fulfill our mission and continue to play an important role in Bloomington and Monroe County. There are a number of ways to support the History Center that do not require membership dues: Apply to volunteer. Connect your name or your business’s name to what we do here at the History Center by sponsoring or underwriting any of our events, including our annual gala and garage sale Join our email lists. Help to spread the word by sharing the things you enjoy at the History Center via social media – and don’t forget to follow us on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter. Bring a friend to visit. The number of visitors that come to see us are an important piece of the story that we share when applying for grants. The more people who visit, the more impact we have on the community. Fill out a survey. We use these responses to learn about our community’s interests and needs, and how we can help. Statements shared with us are also a valuable resource to use when we apply for grants. The Monroe County History Center is a privately sponsored 501 (c) 3 not-for-profit organization and receives no funding from either the Monroe County Government or City of Bloomington. Donations are tax deductible to the extent allowed under current IRS regulations and codes.