The Bosco-Milligan Foundation provides education and resources for community based historic preservation through The Architectural Heritage Center. The Center offers a wide range of education programs to help people appreciate, restore, and maintain vintage properties. Since 1992, over 39,000 people have participated in our talks, home tours, workshops and gallery exhibits.
The AHC has over 900 members and a newsletter serving 5000 households. Our constituents include owners of vintage homes and buildings; enthusiasts of fine architecture, design, and craftsmanship; businesses and craftspeople serving the renovation market; history buffs interested in learning about the heritage of their neighborhood; and urban environmentalists who want to preserve the unique character of the city and its neighborhoods– and reuse precious materials and workmanship that are difficult to replicate today.