When you attended the first lecture in the new Marilyn K. Glick Women’s Enrichment Series, you took part in the rebirth of a Propylaeum tradition. May Wright Sewall founded the Indianapolis Propylaeum in 1888 to provide a cultural center for women, as well as a place where women could share ideas, experiences and educational opportunities. With this new series, the Propylaeum is adding to its current programming and building on that rich tradition. We think you will agree the Eva Mozes Kor lecture was an exceptional opportunity to learn and to be energized by Mrs. Kor’s remarkable attitude and spirit.
If you had never visited our historic home, you glimpsed a piece of Indianapolis history. And if you had attended previous events, you already knew what a special place it is.
As you can imagine, maintaining the home and its programs comes at a price. We ask you to help us fulfill our mission by making a year-end donation to the Propylaeum Historic Foundation, which is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. All contributions are fully tax-deductible.
Your support can help us build on the Eva Kor experience and offer many similar programs in the future. Checks may be made payable to the Propylaeum Historic Foundation and set in the enclosed envelope to the above address. You may also make an on-line donation through this page on Eventbrite.
Thank you for your consideration.