Help Our Members Preserve Stories

Do you have products or services that might be of interest to members of the Association of Personal Historians? Our goal is to provide value for both you and our members, creating lasting partnerships that benefit all. We will work with you to find the advertising, sponsorship, or affiliation package that meets your needs and provides the best opportunity for you and our members to become better acquainted.

What Are the Benefits of Partnering with APH?

  • APH members build and maintain their own businesses, network in their communities, and continually seek to improve the quality of their work.
  • Members are interested in partnering with high-quality services and obtaining high-quality tools to improve the products they offer to their clients.
  • Members seek relationships with vendors who can be trusted to deliver these high-quality products and services.
  • Because personal historians reach a large pool of clients and potential clients, an advertiser's or sponsor's product will be visible to a wide but targeted audience.

APH members are passionate about what they do, feeling a strong sense of urgency to capture stories before the people who can tell them are gone. As an advertiser or sponsor, you will find this group of people to be excellent partners for your business or organization.

Learn More

... about sponsoring APH's work and making connections with our members.  

... about advertising with APH.   

... about how to develop a closer relationship between your organization and APH

We appreciate the businesses and individuals who sponsor our work. Our sponsors for 2016 are:

Total Printing Systems









We are also grateful for the 40+ individuals who have contributed to the Robert D. Joyce Scholarship Fund in 2016. (You know who you are.)

We appreciate your support!

For information on these options and others, please contact: Linda Coffin, Executive Director.

NOTE: APH is a 501(c)(6) organization. Sponsorships are not deductible as charitable contributions but may be considered a business expense.