Your support of our mission is most appreciated by the society and by the thousands of families, re-enactors, students, historians, and neighbors who come to the park to take advantage of its historic and recreational opportunities.  Here are ways you, and your friends and associates, can contribute to the success of our programs and services.  If you would like to discuss other ideas you may have for supporting our mission, please let us hear from you by emailing us at, or calling 609-232-8540, and a member of the Society will contact you.

Please support the Princeton Battlefield Society

Help preserve our nation's history

Or, kindly send your check to:
The Princeton Battlefield Society,
P. O. Box 7645,
Princeton, NJ 08543.

The Princeton Battlefield Society (PBS) is a tax-exempt 501(c)(3) organization, and the Officially Recognized Friends Organization (ORFO) of Princeton Battlefield State Park.  It’s mission is to promote, interpret, conserve and protect Princeton Battlefield State Park and areas of the battlefield outside the Park.  The Park is administered by the State of New Jersey, Department of Environmental Protection, Division of Parks and Forestry, State Park Service, for the people of New Jersey and other visitors.

We appreciate your support and involvement!

Protecting the Resources of the Thomas Clarke Museum – To assist us in acquiring the firearms and Revolutionary War accoutrements on loan and on display.

Donate to the General Operations Fund to support the overall efforts of the Society on behalf of the Battle of Princeton and the Princeton Battlefield State Park.  Your donation will be used in a manner best suited by the board of the PBS to help us guarantee that this special American historic site is protected, preserved and promoted.

Sponsorship of Community Events and Educational Program Fund – To assist with the expenses of planning and staging four annual events at the Park and other community activities.

The Preservation Defense Fund– To protect the integrity of the land and resources where the Battle of Princeton was fought.

Restoring and Protecting Park Resources – To assist in restoring the Gravesite, interpretive signage, and the overall appearance and natural resources of the park.

Clarke House Fund Appeal​ – To provide financial resources to repair and restore the only structure at the Park that was an eyewitness to the Battle.