The Mohawk Valley Collective is a local nonprofit dedicated to the restoration and adaptive reuse of two of our area’s historic architectural gems: Unity Hall (the former Universalist Church in Fort Plain) and the former West Hill School in Canajoharie. Its mission, in part, is to promote tourism and job creation; to serve as a clearinghouse for information about our communities’, regions’ and state’s historic, natural, cultural and recreational attractions, events and accommodations; and to make connections, so visitors will return.
Other goals of the Mohawk Valley Collective include the acquisition/preservation of deteriorated properties of historic or other significance in western/central Montgomery County and the return of those properties to productive use; the provision of venues for the visual/performing arts; and the fostering, development, promotion and encouragement of the arts, including support for artists and arts education for the general public.
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Donations and Gifts
Naming Opportunities (each includes membership):
If you would like your donation to go to a specific project (WHS, Unity Hall, or Park at 41 Mohawk) please mention that in the notes box below the membership level you select.