As a 501 (c) (3) charitable organization, the Gaslamp Quarter Historical Foundation at the Davis-Horton House needs and welcomes your generosity and support to help us preserve the historical significance and integrity of the Gaslamp Quarter. Please make your donation in one of more of the following ways:
Make a Tax-Deductible Donation
It is easy to donate to GQHF using our safe and easy PayPal account. Just click the “Donation” button below and make your donation count.
Become a Foundation Member
Becoming a GQHF member helps to insure the survival and vitality of the Foundation and its mission. Members enjoy special Members-Only privileges, such as:
- Invitation-only events
- Free admission to select programs and events
- Free museum tours
- Eligibility to serve on the Gaslamp Quarter Planning and Land Use (LUP) Committee
Click this link to view our Membership Levels. If you would like to become a member, contact Ahmad Hereford, Programs Coordinator at the Foundation: 619-233-4692 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Become a Sponsor of one or more of GQHF’s events and programs:
- Annual Fall Back Festival: the Children’s Historic Street Faire
- Education Outreach
- Historic Plaque program
- Museum exhibitions
- Pocket Park events
- Speaker series
Host our Gaslamp Players for your Next Event
Widely admired and much in demand, the Gaslamp Players present historic vignettes based upon the early history of what was then known as San Diego’s “New Town.” These costumed performers portray some of San Diego’s most interesting historical characters – from Alonzo Horton “Father of New San Diego,” to Chief of Police Keno Wilson, to Ida Bailey, the popular madame who ran the high-class brothel, Canary Cottage.
The Players make presentations to groups throughout the city. Your group will enjoy a fun-filled history lesson while being engaged in an entertaining performance by our Players. Enliven a luncheon, party, or event by booking the Gaslamp Players.
Bookings are made through Charlotte Perry at (858) 454-7798.
The fee for the performance varies depending on the audience venue.