WE NEED YOUR HELP!
It is time for our Semi-Annual “It Takes Two” Fundraiser. It is EASY to help the Foundation fund the Baum-Neal House Project, All Things Oz Museum, and Oz-Stravaganza! Festival by donating just $2.
You can donate via charge card or Paypal by clicking the DONATE button on the BAUM-NEAL HOUSE PAGE OF ALLTHINGSOZ.ORG web site (http://www.allthingsoz.org/baum-neal_house ) or you can send us a check in the mail to:“It Takes Two”
The International L. Frank Baum and All Things Oz Historical Foundation
P.O. Box 456
Chittenango, NY 13037
For supporters who donate $20 or more- you will receive an Annual membership to the All Things Oz Museum AS WELL as a special gift - ...the book "Journey to Oz" The story of L. Frank Baum by Chittenango Village Historian Clara Houck.
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Operate and staff the All Things Oz Museum in Chittenango, NY- the birthplace of author L. Frank Baum. Baum is best known for his novel “The Wonderful Wizard of Oz.”
The foundation is an I.R.S. recognized 501(c)3 non-profit organization and a chartered historical Foundation in New York State. The foundation is 100% volunteer, and every penny raised goes directly back to the foundation.
In addition to the museum (which is open year-round), we coordinate and oversee the Annual Oz-Stravaganza! festival. The festival is held the weekend of the first Saturday in June, and features "Wizard of Oz" related guests, entertainment, vendors, and FUN! The festival is held in the Village of Chittenango and is the largest and longest running “Wizard of Oz” themed festival in the nation.
The Foundation has remained very busy, as we also recently won the right to take over the Baum-Neal House at 678 W. Onondaga St. in Syracuse, NY. This was the home of L. Frank Baum's sister. Harriet Baum Neal and her family, and is the location in which Baum met his true love and future bride Maud Gage. The restoration project is slated to begin very soon, and will take nearly 5 years and approximately $300,000 in expenses.