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About

 

 

Our Mission

French Heritage Society is a non-profit American organization created in 1982 that includes 10 chapters in the US and one in France.

Through various activities and our educational program, we are dedicated to preservation, restoration and promotion of the beautiful French heritage throughout the United States and France.

The central mission of French Heritage Society is to ensure that the treasures of our shared French architectural and cultural heritage survive to inspire future generations to build, dream, and create by:

FHS at a Glance

FHS Celebrates in Style!

Board of Directors

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Honorary Directors

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Partners in Preservation

National Trust for Historic Preservation

An organization who provides leadership, education, advocacy, and resources to save America's diverse historic places and revitalize our communities.

American Architectural Foundation

(AAF) educates individuals and communities about the power of architecture to transform lives and improve the places where we live, learn, work, and play.

Les Vieilles Maisons Françaises

An association dedicated to the preservation of built heritage and landscape, is an association which acts to strengthen funding for heritage, and heritage education and training.

La Demeure Historique

A historic association of private monuments who represents more than 3,000 châteaux, manors, abbeys, or mansions throughout France, and advises owners about sustainability and promotes historic preservation and cultural heritage.

Le Comité des Parcs et Jardins de France

A committee who federates the activities of French national and regional associations concerned with parks and gardens, especially their promotion and protection of adjoining landscapes.

La Fondation du Patrimoine

The organization participates in funding for heritage; identifys buildings in peril; encourages partnerships on a national and local level, and with companies; and promotes job creation and the transmission of trades and know-how.

Other Partners

  • Cultural Services of the French Embassy in the US
  • The Preservation Society of Newport County
  • Cercle de l'Union Interalliée
  • American Institute of Architects