Become a Supporting Member

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In 2021 we celebrate the 100th Anniversary of the Uniformed Branch of the Division of State Police.  To help ensure that the MSPMLC is here to preserve and document the next 100 years we have launched a membership campaign called the “100 for the 100th Challenge.”  We seek to gain 100 new members during this Anniversary year in order to provide a foundation for the MSPMLC to grow and prosper in a permanent location.

From the initiation of the MSPMLC in 1999 we have relied on the generosity of members of the Massachusetts State Police, and our faithful supporters, and we receive no state or federal funding.  We respectfully ask for your continued generosity by becoming a supporting member of the Museum.  We are excited to offer three levels of membership, each with special recognition and benefits as part of the “100 for the 100th Challenge.” Please consider making your tax-deductible contribution today by selecting from the below options:

Silver Membership
$75/year or $6.50/month
  • Free admission to the MSPMLC for you and your immediate family
  • 10% discount in our Museum    gift shop
Gold Membership
$100/year or $8.50/month
  • Free admission to the MSPMLC for you and your immediate family
  • 10% discount in our Museum    gift shop
  • plus a special gift of LtCol. (ret.) Ron Guilmette’s three-book series on the beginnings of the MSP (First to Serve, State Detective Force, and District Police).

Current MSP personnel - please use the form on DocuShare to activate your MSPMLC membership benefits through easy payroll deductions.

 

If you would prefer to make a one-time donation please click here.

Platinum Membership
$150/year or $12.50/month
  • Free admission to the MSPMLC for you and your immediate family
  • 10% discount in our Museum    gift shop
  • LtCol. (ret.) Ron Guilmette’s three-book series on the beginnings of the MSP (First to Serve, State Detective Force, and District Police).
  • plus reciprocal privileges (member admission and discounts) at more than 1,170 art museums and galleries, historical homes and societies, botanical gardens, children’s museums, zoos and more, through the North American Reciprocal Museum (NARM) Association.